I’m reading the features of the new Fedora release, and I’ve seen this screencasts that show some interesting characteristics of the last GNOME version (2.22 at this moment):
- Screencast introducing GVFS and GIO as a replacement for GNOME VFS. It has many benefits including performance improvements, queuing multiple file transfers, and security enhancements via PolicyKit.
- Screencast about the world clock applet that displays the time and weather conditions for multiple time zones simultaneously.
- Screencast about the new GNOME Display Manager that lets you take advantage of power management at the login screen, dynamically configure displays and has better integration with PolicyKit.