mushotoka wrote:Please allow me to express my grief. This is not meant as an insult to anyone.
It is difficult to deal with the inevitable death of Gnome 2. A most emotional crisis. We want to strike out at all who cause us such pain.
Why is there not room for both Gnome 2 and Gnome 3 development? Limited resources? Or forced retirement by idealistic youngsters?
Events such as these make our enemies stronger and demean our users. Is this perhaps the work of spies?
I hang my head in shame and hope for yesterday. A fool who owes a lot to so few.
samriggs wrote:until someone made an extension
samriggs wrote:gnome 2 will become obsolete in the very near future (...) gnome 2 will become a thing of the pass
samriggs wrote:there were issues with the coding, a lot of bugs,
linuxviolin wrote:samriggs wrote:until someone made an extension
It is a such cr** than people must create extensions for it be somewhat usable... Great progress.
linuxviolin wrote:samriggs wrote:gnome 2 will become obsolete in the very near future (...) gnome 2 will become a thing of the pass
Well, this is already the case. GNOME 2 is dead, it IS a thing of the past. Period.
linuxviolin wrote:samriggs wrote:there were issues with the coding, a lot of bugs,
Yes but it should be possible to correct them... if the GNOME developers made correctly their work. Btw, you'll have the same thing with GNOME 3...
autocrosser wrote:I've talked to quite a few developers about this & it was FAR easier to learn from the past & start fresh with a accepted standard---CSS is easy to understand...try reading the documentation for GTK2 sometime.
samriggs wrote:Another good thing is extensions
Btw, I have no real faith in the developers.
samriggs wrote:So no matter what they do it won't be what you want unless specified by you I guess.
Oh well can't please everyone.
samriggs wrote:That's why I suggested joining the team if you have time
Some great software has been made by folks not happy with the current one and took it and made it better.
Look at all the linux versions for example.
You can do all the things you don't like what is happening and hopefully make a change.
You could then change your name from linuxviolin to linuxcreator
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