Linked by Eugenia Loli on Fri 17th Aug 2007 06:10 UTC, submitted by Philipp Esselbach
Gnome Both GNOME and GARNOME 2.19.20 have been released. "This is our seventh development release on our road towards GNOME 2.20.0, which will be released in September 2007. New features are still arriving, so your mission is simple : Go download it. Go compile it. Go test it. And go hack on it, document it, translate it, fix it."
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weirdnut
Member since:
2006-01-19

Perhaps I'm an idiot, but I am one with a life.

I'm one of those "taking-a-sneek-peek-at-this-linux-thing-every-few-months" guys and try to keep just a little bit up by reading OSNews and other Linux and Gnome/Kde-related sites. Thank you for doing your very best to scare me.

As much as I would love to know about each and every silly thing in this world.. with 24 hours a day of which at least 8 ought to be used for sleep, another 8 for work and the last 8 hours for social activities (you know, things like working out, having sex and having fun), that has just become an impossibility.

Perhaps I was misinformed, but I do not call people idiots and I also do not assume I know 'facts' about people I don't know.

I would happily slap you in the face and call you betty, but unfortunately, I am usually a well mannered and friendly person.

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diskinetic Member since:
2005-12-09

So, you don't want him making baseless assumptions about your character from what was just a corrective commentary, but you feel pretty sure that he:

a. has no life
b. has knowledge about mostly silly things
c. makes poorer use of his 24 hours than you do

Take it easy when telling people to take it easy. It rings more sincere.

Off this topic and back onto THE topic. I have always (well at least recently) liked the Gnome project's look and feel, and the newer iterations seem to accelerate the improvements, if anything. I will, however, be holding out for the full release, as I'm clam-happy with my current Gnome setup.

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weirdnut Member since:
2006-01-19

That's your take on it. I wasn't implying anything and was actually talking about myself only.

If you're doing your best, you could read every bit of text differently then someone meant it to be. I know I'm the bad guy in this story, but please, don't try to see things that aren't there.

Anyhow, one thing we all do have in common is that we think Gnome is nice. No arguing about that.

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