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Exciting Features For GNOME 2.22, 2.24

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  • Exciting Features For GNOME 2.22, 2.24

    Phoronix: Exciting Features For GNOME 2.22, 2.24

    The GNOME team is out with the road-map for GNOME 2.22, 2.24, and future releases. There's quite a few changes planned, but a few in particular had caught our attention. One of the updated applications in GNOME 2.22 is Ekiga 3.0.

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    how about a working, consistent and not completely off configuration for the whole system? including the menu? i've tried gnome recently and without an additional package you can't even edit your menu entries and it still feels awkward and is extremely complicated. comming from kde (and former fluxbox) i clearly can't see how gnome can be seen seen as a serious alternative? maybe i'm just missing the big picture, could someone please enlighten me?