GNOME 3.14 released — all this goodness will be in Fedora 21

Today, the GNOME Project announced the availability of their latest stable release, GNOME 3.14. This version of GNOME is what will be available as the basis of the Fedora 21 Workstation, and features a wide range of amazing new features and enhancements. This new version contains major updates to the weather application, the evince document viewer, maps, and games. The default theme has been given a lot of care and attention, including new transition animations. Additionally, GNOME 3.14ย  now also has support for “Captive Authentication”, so when logging into a wifi hotspot, the login screen is automatically pops up.

Check out the video below for a great overview of the features in GNOME 3.14, and also check out the release notes, and the even more features list from the GNOME Community.

 

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3 Comments

  1. Joseph

    Did Fedora 21 Workstation and normal Fedora are one the same, or there will be as two separated versions?

    Anyway – glad to hear that G-Shell 3.14 release ๐Ÿ™‚

    • delaytime0

      Fedora workstation will replace the common fedora desktop. In Addition there will be F21 Server and Cloud.

      • Joseph

        Thanks for reply.

        I’m not sure if this is good thing. Well – maybe i miss some FAQ about Workstation but is seems that it is focused on developers and bussines rather than home users? Because as far as i’ve readed, this is the target from: http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Workstation/Workstation_PRD

        Maybe I miss how long Workstation will be support too – standard Fedora lifecycle od 13 months if i remember, or longer?

        It’s a little confusing right now ๐Ÿ™

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