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Comment: Re:Am I the only one who actually likes Gnome 3? (Score 1) 835

by cell-block-9 (#36985576) Attached to: Linus Torvalds Ditches GNOME 3 For Xfce
I have been using Linux since 1996, and I am finding Gnome 3 to be very usable. I upgraded to Fedora 15 on a four year old Dell D520, and it has been a really good experience. I admit that it was a huge change at first, but I haven't found much to complain about. I missed the ability to shade my windows, but now I'm used to rotating them out on the fly. On thing I have learned in 15+ years of being a sysadmin is to approach changes with an open mind. Sometimes changes do flat out suck, but for me, Gnome 3 is a success.
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US Says Canadian Copyright As Bad As China's, Russia's 323

Posted by timothy
from the but-very-courteous-just-the-same dept.
An anonymous reader writes "The US is blaming Canada in a new report that claims that Canadian copyright and intellectual property laws are as bad as those found in China and Russia. Michael Geist notes that Canadian officials have dismissed these findings in the past, arguing it 'does not recognize the Special 301 process due to its lacking of reliable and objective analysis.'" (Read more about the annual Special 301 report.)

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