It's again time: we will start integrating GNOME 3.23.90 into GNOME:Factory during the next couple days.
As this is an alpha version and we do not want to break any potential users having this repo enabled, we will disable publishing again for the time being.
If you have the repo enabled, you can keep doing so - nothing should break, you just won't get updates in it anymore.
The next step is to submit GNOME 3.23.91 (next week) towards openSUSE:Factory and get into the Staging area (we are already actively bribing again to get Staging:G assigned).
GNOME 3.23.91 will NOT be accepted into openSUSE:Factory and will NOT reach tumbleweed users; this will only serve us to finalize integration testings and potentially adjust openQA tests where needed.
Shortly after, the same excercise will happen for GNOME 3.23.92 and if all goes well we should be able to deliver GNOME 3.24.0 shortly after it has been released upstream. The public release is planned for March 22nd 2017.
If you want to already have a glimpse at what will come your way, there is the GNOME:Next repo which tracks unstable versions throughout their development cycle - and for the less adventurous we produce a live image out of those packages, which you can find at
Since about a week ago, there are even openQA tests running for this image (oposite to the standard Tumbleweed process, though, openQA has NO decisive influence on the release of a new iso file - it is FIRST published, THEN tested)
The test overview can be found at https://openqa.opensuse.org/group_overview/35
Cheers, Dominique, in the name of the entire GNOME Team