Version 2.28 of the GNOME desktop environment has been released.
Click on the links to read the release notes and the press release.

Version 2.17.8 of GTK+ has been released; you can find the announcement here.
This is an unstable release leading up to GTK+ 2.18, so you shouldn’t use it if you need stability.

Only source code is available for this release:
Source code

Version 2.17.6 of GTK+ has been released; you can find the announcement here.
This is an unstable release leading up to GTK+ 2.18, so you shouldn’t use it if you need stability.

Only source code is available for this release:
Source code

Version 2.16.4 of GTK+ has been released; you can find the announcement here.

Links:
32 bit binary ATK Pango Dependencies (these aren’t necessary if you download the “bundle” package)
64 bit binary ATK Pango Dependencies
Source code

Version 2.17.5 of GTK+ has been released; you can find the announcement here.
This is an unstable release leading up to GTK+ 2.18, so you shouldn’t use it if you need stability.

Only source code is available for this release:
Source code

Version 2.21.4 of GLib has been released; you can find the announcement here.
This is an unstable release leading up to GLib 2.22, you shouldn’t use it if you need stability.

You can only download source code for this release:
Source code

Version 2.17.4 of GTK+ has been released; you can find the announcement here.
This is an unstable release leading up to GTK+ 2.18, so you shouldn’t use it if you need stability.

Only source code is available for this release:
Source code