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Re: Reasons to Love GNOME 3

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____/ TomB on Monday 19 Sep 2011 20:37 : \____

> On 2011-09-19, the following emerged from the brain of Roy Schestowitz:
>> Ten Gnome 3 features that won me over
>> ,----[ Quote ]
>> I like uncluttered desktops, and Gnome 3 offers about as clean a
>> desktop as you'll find without running E16. The only object on the
>> desktop is the panel â until you reveal the launcher. But Gnome 3's
>> minimalist approach does not make it difficult to use. On the
>> contrary, once you're familiar with it, Gnome 3 is one of the most
>> user-friendly desktops available.
>> `----
>> http://www.zdnet.co.uk/news/desktop-apps/2011/09/18/ten-gnome-3-features-that-won-me-over-40093947/
> I read that 3.2 will include a bunch of major improvements over the
> early 3.x releases:
> http://justinstories.wordpress.com/2011/09/15/ready-for-gnome-3-2-no-more-suspend-on-laptop-lid-close/
> Also interesting:
> http://www.techdrivein.com/2011/09/top-10-gnome-shell-themes.html
> Some very nice teams in there indeed! I'm slowly starting to think
> that Canonical should've simply stuck with Gnome instead of wasting
> their time with Unity.
> I wasn't too exited when I first tried out Gnome 3, but given the
> most recent developments, it really looks like it's turning into a
> very nice environment.

Canonical lacks the feature which is copyright assignment in GNOME Shell.  

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