bimsebasse wrote:The SoulsOS crew have recently decided to fork Gnome 3's fallback mode - seen from the sidelines an inevitable progress of the project and likely a more viable solution than maintaining a cluster of patches for whatever trickles down from upstream.
The Gnome landscape is becoming more and more complicated
nomko wrote:To me it looks more like that the Gnome project team doesn't have any feeling of what the end-users really want.
nomko wrote:But on the other hand, isn't this what Linux stands for? The freedom to create your own DE or application if you're not happy with the standard provided DE or application??
HardyH wrote:This shows to me how harmful Gnome 3has been for the Linux desktop
functionaliy should not be sacrificed to a 'brand identity' or 'consistent look'.
Monsta wrote:They redesigned the website about a month ago, now the old blog posts are nowhere to be found...
Yep looks like Gnome Team is trying to backstep and hope nobody notices.
And far as I'm concerned the Mint Team has been a big Saviour for the end user.
And no longer have any faith in the Gnome Team and their confused muddled direction for the future.
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