Re: gnome-shell a go-go
- From: Sam Sharpe <lists.redhat@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 20 Nov 2009 23:27:21 +0000
2009/11/20 Brian Millett <bmillett@xxxxxxxxx>:
On Fri, 2009-11-20 at 09:22 -0600, Steven Stern wrote:
On 11/20/2009 08:19 AM, Brian Millett wrote:
I have been using compiz for quite a while. Love the eye candy, but it
also helped me navigate quicker between desktops and windows. Loved it.
I've been using the gnome-shell. At first it was "So where are my
preferences? Where is my <insert menu item here>?", but as I started to
understand how to use it, I've wondered how I can live without it.
It is great.
Good job guys and gals!
I have to give this my +1
Gnome Shell is a completely different way of doing things, but as
someone who is used to Compiz and the Expo plugin, I think it rocks. I
converted my regular laptop to it a couple of weeks ago when I moved
to rawhide in preparation for F12.
Today I took delivery of a funky little Samsung NC10 netbook and the
first thing I did was convert it to Gnome Shell. (I assume this isn't
an option in Anaconda because it's a tech preview - I searched for the
ability to select it for quite a while.)
In summary - if you use Workspaces and you are a Gnome User, you
should definitely take a peek at gnome-shell - I don't think I will
ever go back.
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