Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 27th Jul 2012 12:41 UTC
Gnome Honest question. Do you think the GNOME project is as healthy today as it was, say, 4 years ago? Benjamin Otte explains that no, it isn't. GNOME lacks developers, goals, mindshare and users. The situation as he describes it, is a lot more dire than I personally thought.
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RE: Works for Unity too
by Morgul on Fri 27th Jul 2012 17:01 UTC in reply to "Works for Unity too"
Morgul
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2005-07-06

And don't forget Kubuntu. I've been running it for the last 6 versions, and it keeps getting better and better. (Runs solid and fast on everything from my 90's Powerbook G4 to my 6 core custom desktop)

While I know next to nothing about Mint, Ubuntu has such traction currently, I've found I save a significant amount of headache by using a variant.

Right now the biggest disclaimer I feel I need to give Kubuntu is that they switched their package management GUI to a new project 2 or 3 versions ago, so it still has the occasional glitch. (I typically just use the apt command line utilities, but then again I'm a reformed Gentoo user...)

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RE[2]: Works for Unity too
by Elv13 on Sat 28th Jul 2012 17:37 in reply to "RE: Works for Unity too"
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2006-06-12

90's Powerbook G4?

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