Has Gnome ever been really tested with btrfs file system. I have raised bug 
reports about the user logon locking up if there is an extension and both the 
extension code itself of the user's home folder is under the btrfs file system.
I can't run gnome, because a simple extension blows up gnome, or blows up 
Fedora 26 (gnome 3.22,and gnome 3.24).
Search the bugzilla reports for my postings.Fix up the problem with  left-alt 
and the ` key (to the left of the one key) being a duplicate of the adjacent 
key and the ` keyThe adjacent key is the "super key".
How many people does a bugzilla report need to have posted before it takes 
someone to look and address said bug reports.
Gnome needs some good Q/A work done.  Take a break from introducing new 
software and repair what is reported in bugzilla.
 Regards from Mr. Rant. 
 Leslie Satenstein 55+ years in IT.
Montréal Québec, Canada

      From: Allan Day <a...@gnome.org>
 To: desktop-devel-list <desktop-devel-list@gnome.org> 
 Sent: Thursday, August 10, 2017 10:39 AM
 Subject: GNOME 3.26 release notes
Hi everyone,

UI freeze is upon us, so now's a good time to think about release
notes! Please provide information about any user or developer changes
that have been made this development cycle, by adding them to the wiki


Don't worry about properly writing up details about the changes - what
we want is pure information. Also, we love to get details about small
changes as well as big ones! Do try and provide details from a user or
developer point of view though - why the changes are good, what they
are useful for, and so on.


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