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Is GNOME in Free Fall?

August 6, 2012 No Comments

SOURCE: TechNewsWorld

Between the arrival of both MATE 1.4 and KDE 4.9 and the emergence of SolusOS’ brand-new GNOME Classic on the scene, there’s no denying it’s been an exciting few weeks here in the world of Linux desktops.

That, in turn, has made it all the more difficult to witness the identity crisis that has apparently befallen GNOME itself.

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