zerozero wrote:At this stage it might go either way, or it’s possible we might support both versions of Gnome going forward. (...) we’ll take our time and make the right decision.
the new desktop is extremely different than what we’re aiming for
craig10x wrote:My top corners are precious
AlbertP wrote:I agree that two taskbars on one screen is just a waste of space.
Vincent Vermeulen wrote:One is enough as proven by Linux Mint
Vincent Vermeulen wrote:these days with widescreen monitors
craig10x wrote:Even the very first time i used linux and was running, i think it was ubuntu 8.04, i thought to myself...why the heck does it have TWO PANELS? what a waste of space...why doesn't it just have one panel on the bottom and a slab style menu like windows
zerozero wrote:those are not my words, of course i just quoted Clem;
i too believe that maintain gnome2 is an impossible task:
- this is what debian considers must be done for the gtk2/gtk3 transition
http://lists.debian.org/debian-release/ ... 00111.html
so, i assume, if someone wants to maintain gnome2 has to backport all that
craig10x wrote:i still feel 2 panels are totally unnecessary
craig10x wrote:various extensions for gnome 3 enable one to make a gnome 3 desktop look just like the old ubuntu set-up, so i'd imagine it would be not too much of a problem for Clem to carry on with the usual mint style desktop as he has always had...only with gnome 3 instead of 2....and i would also imagine you'd be able to add in your bottom panel as you love linuxviolin...
HardyH wrote:Users who use more than one programme, uhm, pardon, app? Noone does this anymore, so they have made opening up programmes, uhm, apps, more difficult; icons instead of names, cause their targetted dumb users cannot read correctly anyway, not to speak of various instances of one and the same programme
HardyH wrote:Yeah, Various extentions, which might fail after the next removal of features will be introduced by the Gnome (S)hell team. You actually need to INSTALL tools first that allow you to change the smallest things to configure Gnome 3, most things anyway need to be done by editing some kind of registry (yay, Windows users will like this) , you need to press various buttons to make settings ( Am I a indian goddess with 4 arms to be able to press 3 keys plus a mouse button) , Gnome 3 lacks of usability because the Gnome 3 developers believe that everyone out there is not knowing what to do and needs to be stoopped to change Jon Mc Cann's dark retro style Touchscreen GUI into something that matches their flavour. Users who use more than one programme, uhm, pardon, app? Noone does this anymore, so they have made opening up programmes, uhm, apps, more difficult; icons instead of names, cause their targetted dumb users cannot read correctly anyway, not to speak of various instances of one and the same programme ( something that Toy Devices users never do).
Gnome has insulted every single user by assuming they are all I*itots, so this should be honored by not using their atrocity at all.
Gnome Shell? Made of dumbness? Just say: No, I am a mature user, your useless toy desktop was not made for me.
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