Home > Gnome > GNOME 2.14.2 ReleasedGNOME 2.14.2 Released Eugenia Loli 2006-05-31 Gnome 9 CommentsThe latest bug fix release of GNOME is here: GNOME 2.14.2. You can get release notes and download links from here. Please note that both libxml2 and libxslt tarballs need a patch and that the libxml2 tarball also needs a second patch. About The Author Eugenia LoliEx-programmer, ex-editor in chief at OSNews.com, now a visual artist/filmmaker.Follow me on Twitter @EugeniaLoli 9 Comments 2006-05-31 10:41 pm Gullible Jones… Because I’m getting slightly sick of the whacky gnome-settings-daemon related errors that 2.14.1 has been spewing out. “Possible overrun” indeed. 2006-05-31 11:09 pm IsaacBAlso KDE 3.5.3 was released. Good to see the steady progress in both DEs. 2006-06-01 12:29 am monodeldiabloAm I the only one itching to move on and move up? I love the continued improvements in both DEs and look forward to helping make the next generation of each as revolutionary as possible. My only disappointment is the apparent lack of momentum behind Project Topaz. 2006-06-01 9:10 am ebassi> My only disappointment is the apparent lack of momentum behind Project Topaz.the momentum is always there, only everything is incremental and not “revolutionary”. at the end of the day, gnome 2.very-high-numer.0 could very well be the result of the “three point zero” effort; then, instead of being called 2.very-high-number.0, it will be called 3.0.0. 2006-06-01 9:28 am segedunumMy only disappointment is the apparent lack of momentum behind Project Topaz.You’ll need to give it time. Gnome 3.0 is a huge amount of work, a new version of GTK and a new architecture will need to be thought out and developed, as well as maintaining 2.x. Look here:http://live.gnome.org/ThreePointZeroSome of the ideas here I think are good:http://browserbookapp.sourceforge.net/topaz/I especially like the idea of having open, create and manage menus, because it’s actually what you do. 2006-06-01 3:04 am kensaiAnd again Arch Linux has GNOME 2.14.2, I’ve been receiving different parts of it from day to day, and the rest is in testing and can move to current at any time. So kudos to all developers who work hard to package all this greatestv and latest software. I know Frugalware also gets their latest stables fast. 2006-06-01 10:26 am Gullible JonesOf course it’s in the Testing repo right now, and Testing is slightly broken at the moment, so we might have to wait a few more days before we can actually use it. 2006-06-01 1:25 pm cybrjacklehttp://download.fedora.redhat.com/pub/fedora/linux/core/updates/tes…FC5 is bleeding to I guess……Or you could move to rawhide and run 2.15.x……..😉 2006-06-01 5:58 am Dark_KnightHas anyone located an updated YUM/YAST Gnome 2.14.2 repository for SUSE Linux 10.1?