aldomann.designs at gmail.com
Sun Aug 4 22:01:05 UTC 2013
Absolutely, but we have to keep in mind the purpose of the distribution:
bring a pure GNOME experience to the Ubuntu desktop.
If there's the possibility to easily install extensions I don't consider
necessary to ship them by default.
Also these kind of things are part of GNOME limitations, and that is
completely right, we know what we are facing when we install a desktop
environment. That's why I don't understand haters.
On 4 Aug 2013 23:29, "Anibal Ardid" <anibalardid at gmail.com> wrote:
> About extensions... In others desktops (kde for example) this extensions
> are "stock options" . So ... to much kde users, or distro/desktop jumpers
> hate the "low" options to customize gnome shell.
> Regards !
> 2013/8/4 Alfredo Hernández <aldomann.designs at gmail.com>
>> About Adwaita... Yep, it's not a ugly theme, but it definitely has some
>> elements that don't feel right at all.
>> I think that the extensions should be each user responsibility,
>> nonetheless we should definitely make more obvious the option of adding
>> them. I think I'll make a good section in the Artwork wiki about
>> customising the desktop, that means installing themes, icons, extensions,
>> backgrounds, gnome shell, etc.
>> Regards, Alfredo.
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