seems that the developers of Linux Mint are working hard Cinnamon, their fork of GNOME Shell , and if he does little we knew about this new project since its first version ready “stable “.
quotation marks so stable is because the same Clement Lefebvre and implies, both the Linux Mint blog as Cinnamon’s own blog, making it clear, though, that there is much work ahead, so the development can be tested now, but has significant deficiencies level settings.
will find a presentation at the first light of the above links and more explicitly in the second, but broadly speaking all developments are small details. Although this is it, to work out the small details polish the whole. At the rate we are, I think we will see Cinnamon all big debut for the release of Linux Mint 13 , around May (and as LTS no less).
A curious fact is that Lefebvre gives Cinnamon Mint is available for Linux 12, Ubuntu 11.10, Fedora 16, openSUSE 12.1 and Arch Linux , and that it will soon LMDE (Linux Mint Debian Edition) , but I could not find anything on openSUSE or Fedora, so I leave you with what I do I found:
act under your responsibility . As for Arch Linux, and ye shall have determined, is not yet upgraded to the latest version, but knowing archers will not have to wait long.
admit that I’m enjoying it more this project, so complex, that the famous “four patches” of Linux Mint 12. You begin to see the road somewhere, PHP 5.x .