The GNOME Community Roadmap is a big-picture view of functionality we expect GNOME to include in short-term and long-term future. The roadmap is based on feedback from current GNOME developers and other community members.
The roadmap is organized into target groups: Users, Developers, and Everyone in each target release. In the case of user-targeted plans, sometimes a change will not be user-visible but will nevertheless alter the user experience in some way.
This roadmap shows the ideas and hopes of GNOME contributors for the near future. However, GNOME is primarily a volunteer community that does time-based releases, as opposed to feature-based releases. Therefore, these changes will only happen for their target releases if the contributors have the necessary time and resources. The GNOME project relies on and welcomes your involvement.
To have access to the Roadmap of previous stable releases, go to RoadMap/Archive
Attention: Only the Release Team and module maintainers are allowed to edit this page. This is not a brainstorming space.