GNOME 3.0 is a major version of GNOME which was released on 6th April 2011. It was the first major release in nine years.
Information about the release can be found on the following pages:
Press inquiries can be made via firstname.lastname@example.org
The GNOME 3 website describes the key features of GNOME 3 and includes up to date screenshots.
An account of the design of GNOME 3. This page contains a lot of useful information on the background to GNOME 3.
The press release summarizes the new release.
- Screen shot packs:
Promotion and events
Release day planning
Design, development and planning
The release team's high-level plan for GNOME 3.0
Information on the design of the 3.0 desktop
Information for developers
Migration guidance for developers responsible for existing GNOME-based technology:
GNOME 3 porting guide - how to port GNOME 2 software to GNOME 3
GNOME 3 Application Integration - how to integrate your application into the GNOME 3 desktop
Responses to several common misconceptions about GNOME 3.0 can be found on the GNOME 3 Myths page.