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Re: Launchpad and the GNOME panel

> > Another question is how important is it to have a consistant look and feel
> > across all applications. I guess another question is how easy is it to switch
> > GUIs.

there are some issues that need to be worked out, but we agree - we
realize the importance of consistency.
> Yeah, I guess that was an unspoken assumption.  Since Scholar Net is
> going with GNOME and both RedHat and Debian are shipping or planning to
> ship their distros with GNOME (I don't know about S.u.S.E., Caldera,
> MkLinux, LinuxPPC, or TurboLinux) it seemed as though that might be the

LinuxPPC is doing GNOME, and i think turbolinux might be as well.
at my school, i've configured an idiotproof (though i must admit, i'm
continually proven wrong whenever i say that ;) window maker set up. the
wharf looks like:

Window Maker

the menus look just about the same, with an exit thrown in there.
linux provides a level of configurability never seen before.

# Justin Maurer                         GNOME Hacker
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