Stable release 2.26.0 hit the servers today. Not much is new and interesting therein, except for the translations, because most new hacking is going on in trunk (effectively the 2.27 branch).
What is it ?
- Metacity is a simple compositing window manager that integrates nicely with GNOME 2.
What’s changed ?
- queue frame resize on window undecorate (Neil)
- fix description of desktop background (Luca) (GNOME bug 569649)
- wrap g_error calls in braces (Matt)
Amitakhya Phukan (as), Mikel González (ast), Ihar Hrachyshka (be@latin), Runa Bhattacharjee (bn_IN), David Planella (ca), Petr Kovar (cs), Ask Hjorth Larsen (da), Christian Kirbach (de), Jennie Petoumenou (el), David Lodge (en_GB), Jorge González (es), Mattias Põldaru (et), Iñaki Larrañaga Murgoitio (eu), Ilkka Tuohela (fi), Claude Paroz (fr), Ankit Patel (gu), Mark Krapivner (he), Rajesh Ranjan (hi), Gabor Kelemen (hu), Luca Ferretti (it), Takeshi AIHANA (ja), Changwoo Ryu (ko), Gintautas Miliauskas (lt), Sangeeta Kumari (mai), Sandeep Shedmake (mr), Wouter Bolsterlee (nl), Manoj Kumar Giri (or), Duarte Loreto (pt), Leonardo Ferreira Fontenelle (pt_BR), Adi Roiban (ro), Yuriy Penkin (ru), Daniel Nylander (sv), I. Felix (ta), Krishna Babu K (te), Theppitak Karoonboonyanan (th), Clytie Siddall (vi), Chao-Hsiung Liao (zh_HK), Chao-Hsiung Liao (zh_TW)
Where can I get it ?
Photo © Geoff Leeming, cc-by-nc. Thanks to Fin for choosing the picture.
One thought on “2.26.0 released”
since this blog is aggregated on gnome news, perhaps releases should use titles like “Metacity 2.26.0 released”, to not be confusing. Or the gnome news RSS feed should mangle titles when syndicating them!