Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 18th Jul 2007 22:40 UTC, submitted by zaboing
Gnome During his opening speech at the GNOME Developers conference GUADEC Jono Bacon, community manager for the Ubuntu distribution, called for a common vision inside the project, an area in which the project as a whole is currently lacking. Only a few hours later Red Hat developers Havoc Pennington and Bryan Clark presented their own proposal for a reinvention of the Open Source desktop: The GNOME Online Desktop. My take: As I have been saying for a long time, GNOME needs a vision (and leaders) for the future. I'm glad that people are finally stepping up.
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RE: Revolution? Sounds Fun.
by Cutterman on Thu 19th Jul 2007 20:04 UTC in reply to "Revolution? Sounds Fun."
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Bin playing with Linux for years and gave up Microsoft for SuSE three years ago.

Ended up running mostly Ubuntu on my machines.

Bought a Mac Mini out of curiosity a month ago to see what all the fuss was about.

Now I know. What a pleasure! And plenty of excellent free stuff or cheap shareware if you know where to look for it.

And you're quite right.

But unfortunately I don't think it'll ever happen. Too many people running in different directions.

So it goes...

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