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After 6 months of effort by our talented team of contributors, we are thrilled to announce the immediate release of GNOME 3.32, "Taipei". Please see our release announcement for the comprehensive list of changes.

gnome.org/news/2019/03/gnome-3

@gnome GNOME 3.32 is code-named “Taipei” in recognition of the most recent GNOME.Asia, held this past August in Taipei, Taiwan.

Cool! 👍

@gnome New adwaita theme is soo good!

It makes libreoffice look way better, just for the new theme

@gnome
Actually, there is still no maintainers for extensions.gnome.org 2+ months. Also some RRs started to provide latest git version of GJS which is dropped main Lang library and many extensions stopped to work. So nobody could even update versions to Gnome Shell 32 yet

discourse.gnome.org/t/whats-go

@gnome
From the news page
"Switches no longer use the explicit ON and OFF text, instead using color to indicate state."
How about #accessibility of #switches for #blind people?

@JoergSorge @gnome The switches now show the standard I/O symbols as used in real-world power buttons instead of the on/off text, and a switch's on/off state state is read out by screen readers.

@JoergSorge @gnome I'm pretty sure that it has no connection to the way screen reader narrates button states

@gnome amazing work, y'all, cannot wait to update!

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