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Old 03-06-2013, 04:30 PM   #1
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LXer: GNOME Software overall plan

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Iíve been asked by a few people now to outline my plans for improving software installation in GNOME. Iíve started to prototype a new app called ĎGNOME Softwareí. It exists in gnome git and currently uses PackageKit to manage packages. Itís alpha quality, but basically matches the mockups done by the awesome guys in #gnome-design. Itís designed to be an application management application. GNOME PackageKit lives on for people that know what a package is and want a pointy-clicky GUI, so Iím not interested in showing low level details for power users.



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