Am I to take from this comment that the poster, that said Unity on GTK3 would mean no-more classic GNOME in Ubuntu, is incorrect?
I understand that he targets the GNOME developers with his comments because it is the choice of the GNOME project to abandon (or cripple) the classic GNOME interface as an option in GNOME 3 (based on GTK3). Was it just an assumption on his part that Unity moving to GTK3 would also mean the loss of the class interface?
I assume though that the classic interface will continue to be based on GTK2 after Unity moves to GTK3. How long is this likely to remain on option?