I don't think so. I do stuff at least as fast as in GNOME2.Quote:
Gnome 2 sucked as well, but was far more usable.
I'd like to see the numbers to back that up. I see a vocal disgruntled minority.Quote:
There are much more users who hate gnome 3 compared to those who like it - some idiots from gnome UI guidelines team, some fanboys and those who modify it heavily.
Having followed the GNOME development for a while (as a user, not developer) it seems to me that development is stronger now than a few years ago.Quote:
What makes you thinking gnome seems to be doing fun?
You should get funnier friends ;)Quote:
It's the best joke I've ever heard!
Ubuntu was going in their own direction before Gnome-Shell, IIRC. I have not followed other distributions very closely.Quote:
Not only nearly every serious distro dropped generic gnome 3 to more sane environments or gnome 3 hybrids
You realize that the Feature Proposal is a *Proposal* and will likely never happen?Quote:
but also gnome 3 flagship distribution plans to do the same.
Gnome-Shell is almost two years old and is getting better and better for each version.Quote:
Gnome shell is dying and it should never born.
Quite far from being dead, I assure you.
If you don't like it, don't use it.
Maybe because I wasn't particularly impressed by KDE, I should drop down on every KDE article I see and announce that the developers are stupid because they are not catering to my needs?
Yeah, that seems constructive. :rolleyes:
(Posted from my iPad mini, a post-PC device.)
While I a not a Gnome3 UI user myself, I'm getting concerned now thier main backer, the Fedora group is switching UI's. Gnome makes the framework and the UI. If the gnome group suffers, the frame work that powers Unity, and Cinnamon suffers too. :/