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After someone posted this on the Fedora users mailing list:

On Thu, May 26, 2011 at 14:15, fred smith <fredex fcshome stoneham ma us> wrote:
> in F15, I spent about 5 minutes with a pre-beta LIVE CD of F15 with Gnome
> 3 and couldn't figure out for the life of me how one was supposed to
> DO anything with it. like, why would you take a perfectly good working
> system and hide everything that the user might want to do?

I decided to see what the Gnome support forums were saying. And guess what?...
You Google "Gnome Support" and get back among the first results
"Gnome.org/support" so you click on it.


"Ooooops. Something is not here.
The page you tried to access was not found."

The page title (HTML document <TITLE>) reads: "Nothing found for Support"

That says it all, right?. ;-)

I´m curious about what the resident gurus on this list have to say...

PS: The first result of the Google search leads to GnomeSupport.org
which... guess what... is not responding http requests...

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