Am 2011-12-02 15:22, schrieb Albert W. Hopkins:
> On Fri, 2011-12-02 at 15:02 +0100, Stefan G. Weichinger wrote:
>> Am 02.12.2011 12:34, schrieb Albert W. Hopkins:
>>> On Fri, 2011-12-02 at 07:23 +0100, András Csányi wrote:
>>>> Dear Stefan,
>>>> Nowadays I'm using it just at home for private. I would be so happy if
>>>> it would be a gentoo my workspace!
>>> I use Gentoo at home and at work, and am running GNOME3 at both
>>> locations. No problems.
>> And you don't miss stuff like icons on desktop, applets etc ?
>> Do you use fallback-mode?
> If you'd look at my GNOME2 desktop you'd probably notice the lack of
> icons on the desktop, applets on the panel, etc. I find these things
> distracting (especially in my work environment). Usually when I install
> GNOME2 the first thing I do is turn most of those things off.
> When GNOME3 came out, I thought they had read my mind. I use extensions
> to get rid of a few more icons on the top panel. I patched so it
> doesn't show the time (if the time is shown on the desktop, I find I'm
> constantly looking at the time which is also distracting (for the same
> reason I don't wear a watch)). So I like to keep things simple, and
> for most-used apps I use keyboard shortcuts. Works for me.
> If you want icons on the desktop, etc. There are extensions and config
> settings to enable that in GNOME3. gnome-tweak-tool is your friend.
> I don't use fallback mode. The gnome-shell is (almost) exactly what I
Good to hear. Maybe I will give it a try after doing some snapshot of my
/-fs ... quick rollback possible ...