Linus Torvalds Starts Liking Gnome 3

Gnome 3 has finally won some ‘praises’ from Linus Torvalds. The father of Linux earlier called Gnome 3 a holy mess and asked for someone to fork it. A fork of Gnome 2 was created, called MATE.

Yesterday Gnome project announced a site called Gnome Extensions which makes it easier to find and install extensions. A lot of useful Gnome 3 extensions already existed, but not much was known about it until LinuxMint popularised them. It seems Linus Torvalds has tried the extensions and is now liking it. He posts on his Google + page, “Hey, with gnome-tweak-tool and the dock extension, gnome-3.2 is starting to look almost usable.”

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