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    Default User-Facing Features Coming To GNOME 3.10

    Phoronix: User-Facing Features Coming To GNOME 3.10

    Many user-facing features coming to the GNOME 3.10 desktop are starting to see the light of day. Here's some of them...

    http://www.phoronix.com/vr.php?view=MTM4MTM

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    - The Gitg program for viewing Git repositories within GNOME has been rewritten in Valve and is getting a new appearance for GNOME 3.10.
    Um, do you mean Vala?

    Also, what kind of name is Bijiben?

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    Quote Originally Posted by n3wu53r View Post
    Um, do you mean Vala?

    Also, what kind of name is Bijiben?
    Bijiben (笔记本) means notebook in Chinese.

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    I sense another superthread coming.

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    Things are getting exciting. As many of the core apps are coming to fruition, the whole experience will become more consistent and engaging. The Shell has been constantly refined for a while, and once we get the base versions of these apps out, I think they will really begin to shine as they receive the same polish we've seen in the Shell.

    The new widgets and design guidelines are stabilizing, so I think we'll see a new era of comfort as these HIGs start to trickle down into more programs. I only hope that our newfound fragmentation in the wider community doesn't slow down development too much.

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    Default GNOME Classic

    I wish they would bring back the GNOME Classic session.

    I know there will be extensions for a classic setup, but its not the same thing, I want the real classic session.

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    I don't see this posted in the article so here it is

    http://blogs.gnome.org/mclasen/2013/...3-9-sightings/

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    I'm really looking foward to Music: Rhythmbox is stable and has nice features, but an appalling UI. And the gitg integration: git-cola is lacking in a few places, but just compare it against TortoiseGit on Windows...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Honton View Post
    There is a classic session. Oh and if you liked gnome-panel Im happy to tell you it is maintained again. No fork, no drama, just maintenance.
    I love gnome-panel! <3

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    Quote Originally Posted by cbamber85 View Post
    I'm really looking foward to Music: Rhythmbox is stable and has nice features, but an appalling UI. And the gitg integration: git-cola is lacking in a few places, but just compare it against TortoiseGit on Windows...
    Why write a new application, when there's an already working one that needs just a better gui?

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