GNOME 3.0 officially announced... and explained
Posted on: 07/14/2008 06:58 PM

ArsTechnica reports that GNOME 3.0 has been officially announced at the GNOME User and Developer European Conference (GUADEC)

The path the GNOME community took to this proposal is somewhat complex. When the prospect of GNOME 3 was first discussed by developers in 2005, the concept took on a life of its own among the users who imagined that it would be an audacious reinvention of the desktop with completely new interaction paradigms and a new kind of user interface. This pie-in-the-sky vision was referred to as ToPaZ, word play on the phrase three-point-zero.

GNOME 3.0 officially announced... and explained


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