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Hughes: GNOME Software overall plan

Hughes: GNOME Software overall plan

Posted Mar 12, 2013 17:38 UTC (Tue) by jimmyj (guest, #89388)
Parent article: Hughes: GNOME Software overall plan

Gnome is a broken by design desktop. Gnome is a joke and so is the small community of fools who hype it. We've all watched the latest Gnome move buttons back and forth and purposely break working code. They also like to remove features that were in the previous release. Linux has better desktops: LXDE, XFCE, and KDE.


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Hughes: GNOME Software overall plan

Posted Mar 12, 2013 20:33 UTC (Tue) by ttonino (guest, #4073) [Link]

I really like Gnome 3. Come on, KDE? With the start menu in the form of the abomination that MS calls a 'combobox'? KDE has excellent applications, but as a desktop...

In any case, perfection does not exist. But there is a point to be made for 'just working' as opposed to 'you just have to configure it... a little... for a few days'.

Hughes: GNOME Software overall plan

Posted Mar 14, 2013 9:47 UTC (Thu) by gnb (subscriber, #5132) [Link]

>With the start menu in the form of the abomination that MS calls a 'combobox'?

It also ships with a complely old school start menu, that just isn't the default.

Hughes: GNOME Software overall plan

Posted Mar 13, 2013 9:48 UTC (Wed) by AndreE (guest, #60148) [Link]

"Please try to be polite, respectful, and informative, and to provide a useful subject line."


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