exploder wrote:The article about Banshee is just a bunch of BS. Clem did absolutely nothing wrong and even took the time to respond to the so called scandal. This is the kind of thing that happens when you reach the status that Mint has achieved. This article was posted on a Ubuntu driven site and seems like a "Who can I make look bad so I look good today" type of thing to me. If you get right down to it, to use Ubuntu as a base you are SUPPOSED to remove ALL references to Ubuntu and that is exactly what Clem did. To call the thing with Banshee a "scandal" is ridicules and very petty. I should hope that anyone with an ounce of common sense would see that article for what it really is and dismiss it as dirty, underhanded journalism.
fraxinus_63 wrote:I am in no hurry at all to leave Mint 10 (Gnome). The best Linux desktop I have come across to date. My computer works hard doing editing and graphics work, hosting VMs, etc. and this release combines good looks with absolutely flawless performance.
I think the concept behind Mint 12 is fantastic - giving users what they say they want; giving us Gnome 3 without the Gnome Shell. However, the complexity of this task means that it is bound to be a slightly experimental release. Not so good for a workstation, where I want zero failures/zero 'adjustment time' once it has been set up as I want it. Mint 10 delivers this level of satisfaction.
I shall hang on where I am for the time being. If LM13 is a LTS release, I'd be tempted by it. By then, there may be many more extensions around to make Gnome 3 more useable.
ThistleWeb wrote:I was using LMDE XFCE on both my netbook and laptop until the other day, when I switched the netbook to Crunchbang. After the Mint dev's recent actions and reactions involving Banshee affiliate codes, I think my laptop will follow suit. I'm also doubtful of staying as a member of the Mint community.
z06gal wrote:Mint 12 because, in my opinion, it is the best release yet. I love what Clem has done with Gnome 3 and find it faster/more efficient than Gnome 2. I have zero complaints with this release
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