On Mon, Feb 19, 2018 at 1:47 PM, Abhijit Hoskeri
> If you consider these bugs as spurious, is there a better way to upgrade
> gnome early and still report bugs that are useful?
"Experimental" being difficult to use is one reason why the Debian
GNOME team has pushed some previous GNOME releases before they've
actually reached their .0 release.
I think for 3.28, we'll be pushing many components at the 3.27.92 "RC"
release (in two weeks), although many of the apps work fine even at
their .90 releases.
I am waiting on upstream to bump the soname for mutter (a release
tarball would be cool too) because the new version of mutter is not
compatible with at least GNOME Shell 3.26 (I haven't tried Budgie with