> During development and testing I have only the Frippery extensions installed. There will be conflicts between extensions and it's impossible to test all combinations. I do try to resolve conflicts that are brought to my attention but all I can guarantee is that the Frippery extensions are compatible with one another.
Extensions are an afterthought, created because people could not do with Gnome 3 what they expected from it (and now extension developers are paying the price). The basic ability to customise should have been part of the system from day one. In fact, if Gnome 3 is an upgrade from Gnome 2, then lack of being able to customise is a regression.