GTK 3.12 coming to Utopic?
adam at medovina.org
Mon Sep 1 13:35:35 UTC 2014
Sebastien, there's been no update here from Marco or anyone else. It's now
September and we are past the beta freeze for Utopic. Core GNOME
applications (e.g. gedit, Nautilus, Totem, Epiphany) are still at version
3.10 in Utopic, so I can only assume that they will remain there for the
final release. This means that Ubuntu will have fallen 1 year behind
GNOME, which will release version 3.14 of these applications in a few weeks.
So I guess the interesting question now is this: what will happen in
Utopic+1? Will these applications stay at 3.10, move to 3.12 (or 3.14?),
or will something else happen? Obviously you may not know yet, but we'd be
happy to hear more here once you know anything. cheers -
On Mon, Aug 11, 2014 at 12:10 PM, Sebastien Bacher <seb128 at ubuntu.com>
> Le 09/08/2014 19:03, Adam Dingle a écrit :
> We didn't decide yet. We are first looking at making GtkHeaderBar works
> under compiz/unity and better integrated with our themes. Once that's done
> we are going to see how those feel under Unity and decide what to do next
> (carry patches to change the UI, "fork" the codebase of the old version for
> Unity, find new applications to replace those, ...)
> Sebastien, about 6 weeks have passed since you wrote the paragraph above.
> Do you have any more thoughts on which approach Ubuntu will take for 14.10
> at least? I'd certainly be curious to hear any new information about this
> and I bet others would too. cheers -
> Hey Adam,
> There was not much change on that front. I'm Ccing Marco who is supposed
> to be looking at the support for cds in Unity, maybe he can give us a
> status update there...
> Sebastien Bacher
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