First update for GNOME 3.4 arrives
The GNOME Project has released version 3.4.1 of its open source Linux and Unix desktop environment. The first update to the GNOME 3.4 series offers the small improvements and bug fixes that are customary for such minor GNOME releases; the developers also updated and extended the support for different languages.
Another minor release, GNOME 3.4.2, has been scheduled for mid-May. At the same time, the developers have already started working on version 3.6, which they plan to release in late September. The proposal period for new features will end on Monday 23 April. Current module proposals include the addition of the Zeitgeist event logging framework.
The extensions.gnome.org web site for GNOME Shell Extensions that was launched late last year moved from being an alpha to a beta at the end of March. The site currently lists approximately seventy extensions that are compatible with GNOME 3.4.x.