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Fuduntu 15, Gnome 3 and the future

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As there has been a lot of discussion and questions regarding this, we thought we'd create a post on this.

Fuduntu 15 -

We are currently discussing, debating and thinking about our options regarding the desktop environment of Fuduntu 15. What we can safely say is that we will have both XFCE 4.8 and Gnome 3 in our repos.

Gnome 3 -

There are currently no plans to include it in stable repos until Fuduntu 15.

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