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Would You like GNOME 2.32 on Fedora 15?

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Some folks just aren't happy with GNOME 3. Some aren't happy with the whole concept while others think it just really needs more simmering. Regardless of where you might fall in that spectrum, there may be hope yet. Juan "Nushio" Rodriguez, Fedora Ambassador and packager, has been working on bringing the deprecated desktop back to life for Fedora 15.

BlueBubble, as he's calling the project, has been in the works for several weeks now and Rodriguez seems to have most components working on Fedora 15 using GTK+3. He hopes to make his packages available in a YUM repo by Monday, but the ultimate goal is to "provide installable media (32 and 64bit DVDs and CDs) that will allow you to install a straight up "Fedora Classic" experience." It hasn't been an easy feat. In fact, very much to the contrary, but it's nearly there:

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