Ubuntu 19.10 Eoan Ermine is approaching and the version prior to Gnome-Shell 3.34, in which having it when released, comes with some new features.
The release of the next version of Ubuntu is very close, Ubuntu 19.10 is scheduled for October 17th and comes with GNOME 3.34. However, before we know the news of the new version, GNOME 3.33.4 released.
Version 3.33.4 is not a major release, as its version number suggests, however, the news and improvements contained in it will also be present in the next version 3.34.
Some news from GNOME 3.33.4
- Improvements to the software compilation system, Meson, for EOG and other components;
- GTK + 3.24.10 compatible with the XDG-Output protocol and several corrections.
- Many improvements to Gnome-Shell and its window composer Mutter;
- Changes in GNOME classic mode, disabling the GNOME 3 overview and various modifications;
- GMD now kills the user's session by stopping the window manager;
- GNOME Boxes has added the 3D acceleration option to its properties dialog. Including support for VirtIO-GPU;
- The GNOME Calendar application calendar management dialog has been revamped;
- Much of the GNOME Music code has been rewritten. The app development team has been working on playlists, MPRIS and the ability to play music without spaces;
You can access the change code of this version by this link. Remembering that This release is the last release to the GNOME 3.34 beta.. _____________________________________________________________________________ See any errors or would you like to add any suggestions to this article? Collaborate, click here.