GNOME 3.12 Released, ‘Sup Apache, King of Office

There was so much news today, I couldn’t fit it all into one post. Several interesting software topics surfaced today as well. First up, Glyn Moody asks, What’s Up with Apache Web Server? Jack Germain test-drove a new Linux office suite. And GNOME 3.12 was released! GNOME 3.12 was announced today at the home of the foot saying, "The next milestone release in the GNOME 3 series includes many new features, enhancements and updates, as well as new capabilities and APIs for application developers. The new version continues to improve the GNOME 3 user experience and includes many small bug fixes and enhancements." Some of these include: * A significant update to the experience for finding and installing applications. * Major facelifts for the Videos and gedit applications. * Greater high-resolution display support. * Big updates for the Software and Web applications. * Improved start up times as well as more efficient resource usage. * A new application folders feature, which lets you organize your apps. 3.12 is also a major release for developers, and comes with new interface widgets and APIs, as well as improved documentation. The release notes have a

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