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Linux garden gets a new GNOME with version 2.28 (ars technica)

ars technica takes a look at the recently released GNOME 2.28. "The developers behind the open source GNOME desktop environment have announced the official release of version 2.28. This version brings a handful of noteworthy improvements such as a new Bluetooth configuration tool and user interface refinements in numerous applications. One of the most significant changes is the adoption of Apple's WebKit HTML rendering engine for GNOME's Epiphany Web browser."
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Linux garden gets a new GNOME with version 2.28 (ars technica)

Posted Sep 24, 2009 22:26 UTC (Thu) by sbergman27 (guest, #10767) [Link]

>GNOME 2.28 represents a moderately compelling incremental improvement. WebKit-based Epiphany is definitely worth a try, and I'm finally starting to warm up to Empathy thanks to the bug fixing and user interface refinements delivered in this release.

Well, as a Gnome fan, I've got to say that if that isn't glowing review, I don't know what is. ;-)

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