View Poll Results: Which version of ubuntu would you use after gnome 3.0

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Thread: Future of gnome-based ubuntu edition after gnome 3.0

  1. #1
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    Future of gnome-based ubuntu edition after gnome 3.0

    Hi. After reading all about gnome 3.0 and gnome-shell, I was curious about what would happen to the gnome-based ubuntu edition (specially since the gnome-based edition is the main one most new users hear about) when gnome 3.0 is released. And how much of you plan on moving to kubuntu/xubuntu.
    "Some people says that if you run a Microsoft Midori iso backwards you will hear demon voices commanding you to worship Satan". But that's nothing. If you run it forward it will install Microsoft Midori.

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    Re: Future of gnome-based ubuntu edition after gnome 3.0

    Could you provide some more information on gnome 3?

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    Re: Future of gnome-based ubuntu edition after gnome 3.0

    GNOME 3 is coming out? Didn't know that

    *shrugs shoulders*

    Arch + KDEmod

    From those I picked Kubuntu since I do occasionally test it still

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    Re: Future of gnome-based ubuntu edition after gnome 3.0

    Quote Originally Posted by Ptero-4 View Post
    Hi. After reading all about gnome 3.0 and gnome-shell, I was curious about what would happen to the gnome-based ubuntu edition (specially since the gnome-based edition is the main one most new users hear about) when gnome 3.0 is released. And how much of you plan on moving to kubuntu/xubuntu.
    There will be some sort of PPA available to downgrade GNOME I'm sure.
    .i coi rodo

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    Re: Future of gnome-based ubuntu edition after gnome 3.0

    I will stick with Ubuntu, just to see how it runs, and looks. If it does good, I will stay. If it does bad, I will probably move back to Slackware or maybe try another distro.

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    Re: Future of gnome-based ubuntu edition after gnome 3.0

    What is wrong with Gnome 3?
    Microsoft's crimes - Ubuntu CE - Windows 7 sins

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    No no, I won't indulge your superiority complex... But if you'd like to tell me something you're passionate about, I'd love the chance to belittle it.

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    Re: Future of gnome-based ubuntu edition after gnome 3.0

    What's this all about?

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    Re: Future of gnome-based ubuntu edition after gnome 3.0

    Why not make a "Will you move back to Gnome once KDE 5.0 is released?"-poll while you are at it?

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    Re: Future of gnome-based ubuntu edition after gnome 3.0

    Quote Originally Posted by dragos240 View Post
    There will be some sort of PPA available to downgrade GNOME I'm sure.
    Like there is for KDE?
    I USE THIS SMILEY because im a rocker!!! \m/ pantara and nerveina roles!

    also yo-yo ma is great.

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    Re: Future of gnome-based ubuntu edition after gnome 3.0

    I really want to just wait and see what the experience is like so i'll hold on to my verdict, but really honestly, I find the 'Activities' thing to be a bit on the silly side. We launch programs, we use them. calling them activities and using multiple desktops is really nothing new. I will wait until further on in the development cycle and see what is 'under the hood'. Zeitgeist looks interesting, but again, I like my folder hierarchy.

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