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Mena-Quintero: A Friday rant on Gnome 3, journalists, and power users

Mena-Quintero: A Friday rant on Gnome 3, journalists, and power users

Posted Nov 11, 2012 14:03 UTC (Sun) by drago01 (subscriber, #50715)
In reply to: Mena-Quintero: A Friday rant on Gnome 3, journalists, and power users by salimma
Parent article: Mena-Quintero: A Friday rant on Gnome 3, journalists, and power users

> Of course, there are those of us who don't just whine about GNOME 3, but simply stop using it when things break beyond acceptable limits (200%+ CPU usage, anyone?), and there were no response on bug reports.

Where is the 200% cpu usage bug report? I can't recall seeing such a report? Do you have link / bug number?


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Mena-Quintero: A Friday rant on Gnome 3, journalists, and power users

Posted Nov 12, 2012 10:56 UTC (Mon) by salimma (subscriber, #34460) [Link]

Where is the 200% cpu usage bug report? I can't recall seeing such a report? Do you have link / bug number?
Yup, here: RH bz #812624

Mena-Quintero: A Friday rant on Gnome 3, journalists, and power users

Posted Nov 12, 2012 14:41 UTC (Mon) by misc (subscriber, #73730) [Link]

No, the one where no one responded. What I see here is a answer from a gnome shell developer after a few days. That he didn't found the cause is different ( unless you mean "I want all bug I report to be solved in a finite amount of time", which is different )

Mena-Quintero: A Friday rant on Gnome 3, journalists, and power users

Posted Nov 14, 2012 7:33 UTC (Wed) by salimma (subscriber, #34460) [Link]

The bug is still not assigned to anyone (it has a default assignee, who last responded to the bug many replies ago), and at the time of my post, there has been no response for over a week since my post, and over 5 months since a developer responded, despite activity on the thread.


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