Once again, the GNOME project has released a major release on time, to the day. Congrats! While it doesn't feel like a major release, due to the pushing back of GNOME 3.0 another 6 months in the middle of the cycle and the limited changes included, I believe it'll be a good one because it just adds on top of the really solid GNOME 2.30.
GNOME 2.32 is out a bit too late for Debian squeeze, but the
Debian GNOME team has a plan™ to incorporate new 2.32 versions for modules
which don't include big, intrussive changes like migrations to
dconf, or any other dependency on the new versions of
GTK or GLib. The result is that Debian 6.0 will ship with most of GNOME
2.30, plus some cherrypicked new versions of 2.32 modules.