It’s been 5 years since the first stable release of GNOME 3, and by heck has it come a long way since!
Showing just how much the open-source desktop environment has matured in that time is Tobias Mueller. The GNOME developer held a talk on the design decisions, major changes and future plans for the GNOME desktop at openSUSE Conference 2016.
The video blurb states: “The talk will introduce to some (sic) of the design philosophies inherent in GNOME 3 as well as the main changes brought to users and developers. Also, since GNOME 3.20 is another step of a long lasting incrementally improved user experience, the future of GNOME’s development will be speculated on.”
A video of Mueller’s half-hour talk is available to view online.
While I appreciate that this is not strictly Ubuntu-related do remember GNOME 3.x is one of the most popular alternative desktop environments available. As such this talk will be of interest to many regular OMG! Ubuntu! readers.
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