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Old 08-04-2011, 07:41 PM   #1
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LXer: Linux Torvald Calls for GNOME Fork


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Linux isn't happy with GNOME 3 and wants a fork of GNOME. Linus has shared this thoughts about GNOME 3 in a Google Plus thread and heís not happy with it. At all. Heís using Xfce instead, and I really canít blame him. I wasnít impressed with GNOME 3 either. It probably should not have been released in its current form. I would not use it and I used to be a big GNOME fan. Here are the text of his messages, and hereís a link to the Google Plus thread they came from.

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