Reitter: Answering the question: "How do I develop an app for GNOME?"
Posted Feb 6, 2013 10:12 UTC (Wed) by dgm (subscriber, #49227)
Posted Feb 6, 2013 11:39 UTC (Wed) by drago01 (subscriber, #50715)
Posted Feb 6, 2013 18:19 UTC (Wed) by droundy (subscriber, #4559)
Posted Feb 7, 2013 9:22 UTC (Thu) by ovitters (subscriber, #27950)
Posted Feb 7, 2013 15:03 UTC (Thu) by paulj (subscriber, #341)
Posted Feb 7, 2013 15:14 UTC (Thu) by ovitters (subscriber, #27950)
You bring up something different, higher resource usage compared to metacity/compiz. GNOME shell is based on clutter, etc. Totally different than metacity.
Posted Feb 7, 2013 15:43 UTC (Thu) by paulj (subscriber, #341)
If bugs relating to leaks have been fixed, and things are due to improve in future releases, that's great.
Posted Feb 11, 2013 15:25 UTC (Mon) by droundy (subscriber, #4559)
Posted Feb 11, 2013 15:42 UTC (Mon) by ovitters (subscriber, #27950)
In practice the slowness is often combination of compositing and drivers btw (aside from just outright gnome-shell bugs :P). Use gnome-shell on another system or with another driver and you'll see a huge difference.
Posted Feb 7, 2013 10:05 UTC (Thu) by ncm (subscriber, #165)
Staying relevant is the exception. Linux still is. C++ and even C still are. Intel, astonishingly, still is. TCP/IP is. Things don't look too good for Java or for habeas corpus. One of those will be missed even by people who say we never really had it.
Posted Feb 7, 2013 12:22 UTC (Thu) by kigurai (subscriber, #85475)
gnome-documents is pretty fast. Try it.
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