According to the creator and leader of the project, “Cinnamon in GNOME 2.0 will not be running at all “. “Will Cinnamon 2.0 ready for the release of Linux Mint 16?” He asked. “ Is something we want and we have to do. Yes “replies Lefebvre.
As seen from the little that has transpired in the interview, Lefebvre seems fairly burned with the development of GNOME and not very happy with Canonical’s decision to be based on GNOME 3.6 in its latest release. The snake biting its tail, come on.When ready
Linux Mint 16? How is going to manage the team to replace Linux Mint GNOME as a whole? The answers to these and many other questions, we assume, will be known as Linux User publish its next issue. Meanwhile, there have Linux Mint 15 GNOME yet …
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