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Re: gnome is completely f^Mmessed up

On 06/08/2012 09:15 AM, Norbert Preining wrote:
Hi everyone,

is this only me or do I have the feeling that we are going down
the trench with Gnome?
- first login: nautilus segfaults in libnautilus-fileroller.so
   after log out and log in it sometimes works
   starting it manually most of the times work, but not always
- ssh/gpg agent: most of the time just is completely useless
   either does not ask, or just segfaults in libglib-2.0
- plugging/unplugging power cord makes gnome-shell crash (known bug)
- ...
When I finally manage to get a running session, then out of nothing
the blue whale appear, BSOD.

Is this a joke? Are we going to release that in June/July/whenever?

Best wishes

Norbert Preining            preining@{jaist.ac.jp, logic.at, debian.org}
JAIST, Japan                                 TeX Live&  Debian Developer
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I switched to xfce4 after all.
I totally agree with points outlined by Roland Mas that gnome3 design is too intrusive, but even without taking into account design changes, my ~/.xsession-errors looks like gnome3 is still beta.

Best regards,

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