Re: Gnome objectives

Lots of good things have to be learned.  Do you use bash and GNU tools?  

That's like saying the mouse thing will never catch on.

Justin Edwards
TeleLanguage Inc,
Network Administrator

On Tue, Nov 23, 2010 at 7:10 AM, Felipe Erias Morandeira <femorandeira igalia com> wrote:
On 22/11/10 14:39, Adam Tauno Williams wrote:
> On Mon, 2010-11-22 at 10:13 +0100, Andreas Wallberg wrote:
>> If the users do not seem to "get" a particular design choice, please
>> take a few moments to explain them.
> As a user I feel that GNOME 3 has been well explained many, many,
> many... times.  Perhaps those who don't understand could spend a few
> seconds going out to find and *read* the explanation.  Or there are even
> audio / video talks from GUADEC about it; and at least one audio
> interview from GUADEC.  So you can *read*, *hear*, and *see* the
> explanations of GNOME 3.  Anyone who claims it isn't being explained is
> a *troll*, full-stop.

That is a completely backwards point of view. A good design would need
almost no explanation. If many people do not "get" the Shell, then the
design is wrong; maybe because the system was not designed with its
prospective users in mind.


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