GNOME 3.33.2 released
A second release-candidate for what will eventually become the stable 3.34 release is out. Gnome-Contacts, Gnome-Calendar and Gnnome-Maps were disabled after changes in evolution-data-server broke those applications.
The detailed changelog for this release looks long but it's actually quite short since it lists changes going back to 2016 as new.
There appears to be many bug-fixes in GNOME Web (epiphany) and glib in this release. Not much else is new.
You can read the announcement in the gnome desktop-devel list.
last edited 2019-05-27
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