[PATCH 5/8] release notes: upgrade gnome notes for squeeze
There is probably some stuff missing, but no need keep the info about
the gnome 1 to gnome 2 transition.
en/issues.dbk | 22 +---------------------
1 files changed, 1 insertions(+), 21 deletions(-)
diff --git a/en/issues.dbk b/en/issues.dbk
index ddaa793..2bf4711 100644
@@ -493,30 +493,10 @@ Lenny will be the last stable release including a KDE 3 series environment.
<title>GNOME desktop changes and support</title>
-<programlisting condition="fixme">TODO: Remove the next three paragraphs for lenny?</programlisting>
-If you used the GNOME desktop in &oldreleasename; you will not benefit from some of the
-changes introduced in the default configuration in Debian for &releasename;. In some
-extreme cases the GNOME desktop might not properly handle your old
-configuration and might not behave properly.
-If you have not heavily invested in configuring your GNOME desktop you might
-want to move the <filename>.gconf</filename> directory in user's home
-directories to a different name (such as <filename>.gconf.old</filename>) so
-that it gets recreated, with the default configuration for &releasename;, upon starting
-a new session.
-With the release of &releasename;, Debian no longer contains packages for most of the
-obsolete version 1 release of GNOME, although some packages remain in order to
-support some Debian packages which have not yet been updated to GNOME 2.
-Packages for GTK1.2 remain fully maintained.
There have been many changes in the GNOME desktop environment from the version
shipped in &oldreleasename; to the version in &releasename;, you can find more information in the
-<ulink url="http://library.gnome.org/misc/release-notes/2.22/">GNOME 2.22 Release
+<ulink url="http://library.gnome.org/misc/release-notes/2.30/">GNOME 2.30 Release