Re: Gnome 3 desktop issues

Tim Murphy <tnmurphy gmail com> writes:

Hi Tim,

>>>Essentially if you don't like it then it's apparently your fault.
>> is a fair thing to say. It's different and it's new. You CAN move to
>> something else if you don't like it.
> This, to put it very politely, is manure.
> It has been a huge struggle to find an alternative that's sustainable

It is free software.  The people that invest their spare time in working
on free software of course do that for making the software fit their own
purpose, if you like it or not.  Because of that, any free software's
license comes with a statement like that:

,----[ ~/repos/el/emacs/trunk/src/buffer.c ]
| GNU Emacs is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
| but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
| GNU General Public License for more details.

So you've been warned.

> - in other words something that works and that's getting updates.

Why do you think you have the right to demand any maintenance and
development work done by *others* in the direction that pleases *you*?
That's a quite anti-social attitude.

Beside from that, it's not that there are too few options for window
managers and complete desktop environments in the free software
ecosystem like KDE, GNOME, XFCE, LXDE, Enlightenment, just to name the
most prominent DEs.


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