Re: Some criticisms of GNOME


that's no really a surprise, isn't it? Given the editor, and his well
known opinon about GNOME?

For those that have read no issue yet: Issue 4 spend three and a half
pages to explain how to add numlockx to the GNOME startup session, and
it was unneccessarily emotional. Of course, it was only the opinion of
'Mango Parfait'. It's not that hard to guess who's really writing the

However, after talking a step back from the emotional affiliation with
ones own work, it may reveal that there's some insight to be gained in
the critic, even in the mail from the editor you posted.

The more interesting question would be: Is GNOME able to deal with
that or not? ;-)


On Mon, 15 Aug 2005 22:56:55 +0200
David Neary <dneary free fr> wrote:

> Hi all,
> Here's an e-mail I got from the editor of tuxmag, which details some 
> criticisms of the desktop. It raises some points that are interesting,
> and to which we should probably have an answer.
> Cheers,
> Dave.

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