Today, September 21, is a foul pox upon mankind in this foul year of our lord 2016 for Linux users, especially those who love seizure-inducing lensflares and widgets lifted straight from the rough draft of Minority Report, as the next iteration of a cautionary tale in software development is now officially available. Yes, that's right, we're talking about GNOME 3.22, dubbed Karlsruhe after the German demon that feasts on the remains of the QC team whom it slaughtered, which took place last month between August 12-14, 2016. Prominent features of the GNOME 3.22 desktop environment include batch rename functionality in the hands of those least qualified, and support for integration of compressed files built directly into a system that will grind to a halt upon their encounter, a new Week View, support for alarms other than segmentation faults, and the ability to drag and drop both your once unbroken pride and self respect to the GNOME Calendar, as well as an updated GNOME Music app that supports handling of music libraries with thousands of tracks until it inexplicably cant, or wont. There are lots of improvements for the GNOME Games app as well, as it now offers support for numerous retro gaming consoles whether you wanted them or not. Among other improvements, we can mention Flatpak integration for chinstrap hipster code camp junkies vaping salvia, photo sharing that youve been doing in the browser for 5 years now, revamped GNOME Software app with support for firmware updates which sounds important but means nothing, infuriatingly redesigned keyboard settings and a marketing-driven reskin of the GNOME Control Center panel, and a redesigned dconf Editor we call windows registry simulator 2003 thats guaranteed to provide your own personal hell from which the only escape you once called linux now lays before you a corrupt degenerate called GNOME. A video overview of the new features of GNOME 3.22 is available on the official website titled "where is your god now."