Re: It's Release Notes time!


We're still pretty light on content for the upcoming 2.32 release.  I
understand with GNOME 3.0 being pushed out 6 months some features
weren't backported and some developers are doing a maintenance release. 

If you do have new features, please add your application changes to the
release notes page[1] as soon as possible.

Every little thing counts - if I don't know about it, I can't write
about it!




On Sat, 2010-08-21 at 13:23 -0500, Paul Cutler wrote:
> Can you feel it in the air?  It's that time when we start writing
> release notes to tell our users and developers what's coming in the next
> GNOME release!
> Thank you to the Anjuta team for adding some bullet points about what's
> coming in GNOME 2.32.
> Now I need YOUR help!
> What new features does your application have?  What bug fixes?  What new
> libraries have we deprecated for the GNOME 3.0 release next year? What
> are the cool new things developers need to know about GNOME's
> development platform to write awesome apps in GNOME 3.0? What's new in
> accessibility?
> This is the last (we promise!) release of the GNOME 2.x series - let's
> document the release as best we can.
> Add your news here:
> Thanks in advance for the help!
> Paul
> PS - I've branched 2.32 in the release-notes module in GNOME git.

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