Posted Jan 31, 2013 12:12 UTC (Thu) by epa (subscriber, #39769)
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Trouble is, history has shown that GNOME 3 is likely to become a dead project in a few years. GNOME 2 became a dead project shortly after GNOME 3 was released...
I'm not saying the new GNOME is bad or should not be used, just that this isn't really a point of advantage of GNOME 3 against the various forks. At the moment they all have about equal likelihood of being unmaintained in say, five years.