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Gnome 3.0 Suite
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Gnome 3.0 Suite
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Submitted:  Jul 14 2006
Updated:  Jul 15 2006

Description:

Maybe we should think of what we want on Gnome 3.0 ? That's why I'll be posting some of my ideas (and what I want) here.

I'll be posting things as I'm making them. Since I've just finished that panel part I post it. Next thing I'll take care of should be the overall GUI (metacity / gtk), ... until I can finally make a "final desktop screenshot" :).

Note to people who don't really understand what Mockups are : These are only pictures that people draw to give an idea of what they'd like so you can only see / download but you can't do anything with these.

For those who wonder if a GTK2 is on the way, yes it is. But it will be different because of pixmaps limitations...




Changelog:

+ July, 15th : Gnome Main Menu
(I'll add the explanations later)

° SVG of Panel mockup available.

+ July, 14th : Panel.




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 looks a bit like

 
 by engineer on: Jul 14 2006
 
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gimmie.

although i like this appearence better.


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 Re: looks a bit like

 
 by Sekkyumu on: Jul 14 2006
 
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Actually I didn't want it to look like Gimmie but now you say that you're right :). When it'll be more stable and if we can theme it maybe... ;).

Thank you :).


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 Re: looks a bit like

 
 by sylware on: Jul 15 2006
 
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Nothing in official gnome and critical apps must be based on mono. Actually, the official desktop must rely only on C. There are already too many exceptions to this rule: python and C++.
Adding more bloat to gnome is not a good idea. And... "backward compatibility" IS bloat.


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 nice

 
 by wikiguy12345 on: Jul 14 2006
 
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is great i hope in gnome 3 works great with metacity and compiz ,i mean have compiz all decoration but at the same time you can selected your theme chenge the window borders and things like that.


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 my two cents...

 
 by tuxsurfer on: Jul 14 2006
 
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I would like to see the application icons in the panel expand or pop out, similar to the Elive E16 desktop panel. Also an attractive analog clock applet for the panel would also be nice IMHO.


"I reject your reality and substitute my own." ~Adam Savage

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 Re: my two cents...

 
 by Sekkyumu on: Jul 14 2006
 
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Why not :). I'll make that tomorrow :).


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 so nice..

 
 by magoseitor on: Jul 15 2006
 
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Wow dude...why don't just the gnome art team gets you in?? haven't you considered being part of the gnome dev team?? I am sure you could do very good stuff. (just as now).

Thank you and please keep beutifying our beloved Gnome :-)


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 Re: so nice..

 
 by Sekkyumu on: Jul 15 2006
 
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Thank you ^^.

Well I'll try to share my work with them :).


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 But...

 
 by monotonehell on: Jul 16 2006
 
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Shouldn't this be in the Topaz Brainstorm section?


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 this is

 
 by wedderburn on: Jul 22 2006
 
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very good.. can we see more?


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