We’re always monitoring everything that’s going on in the Open Source world, especially big projects like GNOME and KDE, and today we’d like to reveal some of the upcoming features of the GNOME 3.26 desktop environment.
First off, a little background for those who missed our previous reports on GNOME 3.26. The desktop environment will be dubbed “Manchester,” after the name of the host city of the GUADEC (GNOME Users And Developers European Conference) 2017 event, and has been slated for release on September 13, 2017.
Development already started, and a first milestone should hit the streets next Wednesday, April 24, dubbed as GNOME 3.25.1. The first set of upcoming features also also revealed today, and it looks like debugging support is coming to the GNOME Builder IDE implemented by developer Christian Hergert.