Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 23rd Feb 2010 20:40 UTC, submitted by hotice
Gnome GNOME Shell is the new core user interface for GNOME 3. GNOME Shell 2.29.0 brings a lot of new features and improvements, the most noticeable being a new message tray showing notifications sliding into the bottom of the screen, a status area for past notifications, the ability to set your presence to the user status menu, switching the overview between a grid and linear view of workspaces.
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Paulo Cesar
by puelocesar on Tue 23rd Feb 2010 22:26 UTC
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2008-10-30

The more I see these Gnome3 and KDE4 stuff more I think I won't be able to come back to Linux after buying an iMac with Snow Leopard...

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RE: Paulo Cesar
by n0xx on Wed 24th Feb 2010 00:11 in reply to "Paulo Cesar"
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2005-07-12

Because there's obviously no such thing as XFCE or Enlightenment or LXDE or a buttload of other assorted window managers to choose from in Linux. Troll more.

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RE[2]: Paulo Cesar
by puelocesar on Fri 26th Feb 2010 13:03 in reply to "RE: Paulo Cesar"
puelocesar Member since:
2008-10-30

I'm serious, i'm not trolling, I would love to come back to Linux, but all these technological nonsense in the Linux world is getting me sick.. They are changing for the sake of change, not for improving human satisfaction while using the software..

Why the hell no one on the community ever uses User centered design methods? They are really easy to apply, even if you are not a designer..

Damn it, even a few user research and prototyping wouldn't hurt no one...

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