As reported by Softpedia, the GNOME Project has announced last week the immediate availability for download of the first maintenance release of the GNOME Software application, followed a few days later by the second point release, which introduces more bugfixes.
Thanks to Richard Hughes, GNOME Software 3.10.2 no longer crashes if the AppData metadata doesn't have <pkgname>, critical warnings will no longer be displayed if there are no AppStream icons, the package’s icon will no longer be used when referring to the software, and a cache age is now set when PackageKit is used.
We remind everyone that GNOME Software 3.10.1 introduces seven new features, fifteen bugfixes, two new translations, and eight updated translations. More details about the GNOME Software 3.10.2 release can be found in the official raw changelog.
Download GNOME Software 3.10.2 right now from Softpedia.