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    Default keepting track of opensuse specific Gnome 3 fixes/Upgrades

    Is there some blog, changelog, or place where i can track what issues get fixed in the opensuse gnome 3 implementation, or what features are bein added, what changes are bein made, etc.?
    For example, if there is some bug in opensuse with gnome 3, where can i read that it has been fixed in the dd/mm update, or that new feature xxxyyy was added in dd/mm update, etc.
    Im talking about issues, fixes, updates related to gnome 3 with opensuse. Not just opensuse with 2xgnome or kde.

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    Default Re: keepting track of opensuse specific Gnome 3 fixes/Upgrades

    On Sun, 10 Jul 2011 02:06:02 +0000, ErnestoRD wrote:

    > Is there some blog, changelog, or place where i can track what issues
    > get fixed in the opensuse gnome 3 implementation, or what features are
    > bein added, what changes are bein made, etc.? For example, if there is
    > some bug in opensuse with gnome 3, where can i read that it has been
    > fixed in the dd/mm update, or that new feature xxxyyy was added in dd/mm
    > update, etc. Im talking about issues, fixes, updates related to gnome 3
    > with opensuse. Not just opensuse with 2xgnome or kde.


    All bugs are tracked in bugzilla, gnome3 bugs should have "gnome3" in the
    description per the reporting guidelines.

    Jim

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