GNOME 3.30 Desktop Environment Gets Beta 2 Release Ahead of September 5 Launch

The GNOME Project, through Michael Catanzaro, announced the availability of the second beta release of the forthcoming GNOME 3.30 desktop environment, due for release early next month.

Coming two weeks after the first beta release, the highly anticipated GNOME 3.30 desktop environment received a second beta release today as Michael Catanzaro informed us via an email announcement. This beta 2 release is tagged as GNOME 3.29.91, and it marks the Software String Freeze stage in the development cycle.

But it doesn’t look like it was an easy release for the GNOME Release Team, as Michael Catanzaro reports build failures for several components, including GNOME Boxes, which didn’t make it for this second beta release. As a consequence, numerous components weren’t updated in this beta 2 release.

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