Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 15th Feb 2006 23:07 UTC
Gnome GNOME 2.13.91 has been released. As always, the odd-numbered branches indicate dev-branches, and as such the 2.13.x series is the step-up to the GNOME 2.14 release, planned for March this year. The 2.13.91 release is the second beta. Release notes: platform, desktop, and bindings; downloads: platform, desktop, and bindings.
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RE: Davyd Sneak Peeks
by gamehack on Wed 15th Feb 2006 23:38 UTC in reply to "Davyd Sneak Peeks "
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Davyd's own words:
"To be perfectly honest, I am a little embarrased with what I've been seeing in the latest GNOME betas. I was really, really happy with GNOME 2.12, I loved showing off screenshots of its hotness. I'm currently too embarrassed to write a review of the GNOME 2.13 beta. Some things look really good, but some things are looking really ugly. I really hope we don't release like this." You can find the full reason why he hasn't done the new "what's new" in his blog(


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RE[2]: Davyd Sneak Peeks
by thebluesgnr on Wed 15th Feb 2006 23:56 in reply to "RE: Davyd Sneak Peeks "
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It's worth noting that the "things [...] looking really ugly" that he mentioned in his blog are already fixed in today's beta release (the new icon theme and Clearlooks versions will have to wait for GNOME 2.16).

He's probably working on the notes as we speak, as hinted by the graphs posted in his blog recently.

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RE[2]: Davyd Sneak Peeks
by nzjrs on Thu 16th Feb 2006 04:09 in reply to "RE: Davyd Sneak Peeks "
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To be fair he did go onto clarify which things annoyed him at a later date on the mailing lists and these have been resolved in 2.16.

IIRC the fix was that Gnome is now shipping with an older iconset

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