On 16/09/11 04:06, fred wrote:
Some like their eye candy, and luckily for them some are willing to provide it.
But Linux offers choices - XFCE and others are there for those of us who prefer
that way of working.
And it looks to me like GNOME is trying to cater for the touch-screen side of
things ... a phone or small tablet certainly needs an interface that can be used
efficiently without a keyboard, on a small screen and with a finger as the only
pointer. That would take a lot of customising, and a lot of work by the user, in
XFCE or any other keyboard-oriented desktop environment.
Linux-audio-user mailing list