therefore,DevelopmentNow it's time to invite GNOME and GTK+ app developers to tweak their apps to run on their favorite GNU/Linux distributions and the upcoming Librem 5 Linux phones. The latter will default to Purism's security-based Pure OS operating system built on Debian. Adrien Plazas says that if you want your application to run on Librem 5, here are some suggestions -- using libhandy 0.0.4 and GTK+ 3.24.1 or higher.
Purism announced last month that due to hardware problems at the last minute, they had to postpone the release of the Librem 5 Linux phone until April 2019, but it seems that the delay is not bad news, because the GNOME 3.32 desktop environment will be in 2019. Released in mid-March, just in time for the release of Librem 5.