On Thu, 22 Dec 2011 10:03:23 +0100, Albert wrote:
Why do you encourage people to use GNOME SHELL? Is it
more convenient or
more beautiful to use it? At present, I found no reasons to switch to
It is far behind GNOME2.X. As a Linux user and a professional design
purpose user, I care more about the STABILITY and friendly interface. To
me, the GNOME SHELL is much more suitable for tablet and entertainment,
but not for ordinary daily work such as: office or computational work.
It's a good thing that Linux caters to people with different tastes,
then, isn't it?
I've got GNOME 3 running on 3 systems here at home, and after the initial
adjustment period, I find I'm *very* productive with it.
I find it to be stable, friendly, and highly usable. I can focus on
running the applications (which, let's face it, is why people use a
computer - not because they can futz with the desktop).
But I'm not going to sit here and say it's wonderful for *everyone*. My
needs from a DE are pretty straightforward, but I recognize they're not
the same as everyone else's.
But tell me, how does it help *anything* to say "Stupid 12.1" and "Stupid
GNOME 3" and "Stupid this" and "Stupid that" and "Stupid the
That's not constructive feedback that anyone can do anything with other
than say "Oh, Albert doesn't like this. What a shame."
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