Linked by Adam S on Tue 4th Nov 2008 19:20 UTC
Gnome Seems that both Motorola and Google have interest in seeing the Linux mobile footprint evolve. With a combined contribution of $20,000, they are focusing on major changes for GNOME 3. "It will be more than a tweak," Stormy Peters stated. "It will be the whole user experience, from the look and feel, to how files are managed to how it syncs with your mobile phone -- really the whole package. It will be very much a change for users and how they use their computers."
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by stray on Tue 4th Nov 2008 20:54 UTC
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Given that neither Google nor Motorola are known for their stellar UX design, are they really the sort of people we want to see putting design effort into GNOME?

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RE: Really?
by Erunno on Tue 4th Nov 2008 21:06 in reply to "Really?"
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I beg to differ. The UI design of Google Chrome is so minimalistic but yet well thought-out that it fits right into GNOME's own design philosphy.

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