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On GNOME's 10th anniversary, de Icaza and Waugh look back, ahead

Posted by: Anonymous [ip: 67.88.249.34] on August 29, 2007 04:55 PM
I used KDE for most of all my early Linux experience, I really had a distaste for Gnome. Even when going to Ubuntu I went to Kubuntu. That changed when I upgraded to the lastest Ubuntu and decided to try Gnome again. I was presently surprised. It has never errored out and works great. While I still like KDE, I just don't have the time to meddle with it to get it to work or for the menu to update when I install an application. Gnome is great for the user who just wants his/her desktop to just work. I have been more productive with Gnome because I spend more time working and less time trying to get it to work. While we have been using Linux servers for years, the latest Ubuntu with Gnome made me think I may be albe to migrate the users!

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