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Senior GNOME dev says users not being ignored

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Despite public perception to the contrary, GNOME developers pay a great deal of attention to the opinions of users, senior GNOME developer Vincent Untz told iTWire today.

Untz is in Orlando, Florida, to attend the first SUSECON, the first annual conference of the Linux company; the quiet-spoken Frenchman, who was on the GNOME Foundation board from 2006 till 2010, has been working for SUSE since 2008.

He does not rush to any judgement; in everything he says, Untz is careful, reflective and straight-forward; he dissects questions carefully and does not rush to any conclusion.

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