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What promised to be a good interface seems to be limited by it's lack of flexibility, I worry that Canonical will not support users wanting to use Gnome3 as their desktop.
Will wait and see how this pans out...
The announcement that Ubuntu is to seperate from GNOME from its new release is perhaps the perfect answer to the spat which took place last month over Canonicals contributions to the GNOME desktop. Personally, however, I feel that this move comes as no surprise and is 100 % the correct thing to do in the circumstances. From licensing H.264 to OEMs, to the partner repository to the Software Centre, Canonical has consistently seen itself as destinct from the larger Linux community. This is the latest...