Enviado em 05/08/2011 - 20:26h
Nem Linus Torvalds gostou de GNOME3 no Desktop,
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Linus Torvalds, citações;
"While you are at it, could you also fork gnome, and support a gnome-2 environment?
I want my sane interfaces back again. I have yet to meet anybody who likes the unholy mess that is gnome-3.
"Why can't I have shortcuts on my desktop? Why can't I have the expose functionality? Wobbly windows? Why does anybody sane think that it's a good idea to have that "go to the crazy 'activities'" menu mode?"
"I'm using Xfce. I think it's a step down from gnome2, but it's a huge step up from gnome3. Really."
"Here's an example of "the crazy": you want a new terminal window. So you go to "activities" and press the "terminal" thing that you've made part of your normal desktop thing (but why can't I just have it on the desktop, instead of in that insane "activities" mode?). What happens? Nothing. It brings your existing terminal to the forefront.
That's just crazy crap. Now I need to use Shift-Control-N in an old terminal to bring up a new one. Yeah, that's a real user experience improvement. Sure.
I'm sure there are other ways, but that's just an example of the kind of "head up the arse" behavior of gnome3. Seriously. I have been asking other developers about gnome3, they all think it's crazy."