Hopefully then, I will be able to install my printer, which has worked perfectly for years up to and including 3.28.  
Hopefully, we can see the return to the desktop of the home and trashbin. Things that were most useful until it was
arbitrarily decided to remove them. 
Hopefully there will be a cross reference program that will allow one to edit extensions so that the 3.28 versions will continue to work.
We need extensions to compensate for the shortcomings in Gnome.


Leslie Satenstein
Montréal Québec, Canada

On Wednesday, October 31, 2018, 10:29:59 a.m. EDT, Javier Jardón <jjardon gnome org> wrote:


I'm pleased to announce the release of GNOME 3.30.2, the final planned
release for the GNOME 3.30 series (sorry for the week delay)

It includes numerous bugfixes, documentation improvements, and
translation updates.
All distributions shipping GNOME 3.30 are strongly encouraged to upgrade.

Also, for this release I wanted to take advantage of our CI system to
make the build process publicly available [1]

Packages should arrive in your distribution of choice soon, but if you
want to compile
GNOME 3.30.2 by yourself, you can use the official BuildStream [1]
project snapshot.
Thanks to BuildStream's build sandbox, it should build reliably for
you regardless of the dependencies on your host system:

The list of updated modules and changes is available here:

The source packages are available here:

Our next major release, GNOME 3.32, is expected in March next year

Javier Jardón
GNOME Release Team

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