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One only needs to watch planned DEPRECATED features and see that it is time to fork Gtk while there is still time. bunch of widgets that were removed were removed not because people wouldn't use them, but because Gnome didn't use them. same thing is planned for 4.0. now, if anyone needs proof they should just read Cinnamon troubles with Gtk post 3.6
last straw in my head was fitting all default dialogs in Gtk with buttons in title. wtf, can't they do that in Gnome Gtk extension? like destroying really viable desktop was not enough, let's destroy toolkit too
Many of the commenter doesn't even bother to understand what this GeoLocation API is before dumping their non-sense hates.
And for anyone having problem with GNOME 3.10 on Ubuntu, please report it in bug tracker of your distro. BTW only a handful of gnome app are utilizing this API and service now such as Map and World Clock. Thus if Evince or Totem broke, it's very unlikely this API's fault.