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The Eternal Sunshine of the Classic Linux Desktop

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Ever since it became clear that GNOME 2 would have an ongoing future in the desktop Linux world after all, flowers have been blooming unseasonably early throughout the Linux blogosphere.

It all started with the appearance of MATE and Cinnamon; then it was SolusOS. Since then, Fuduntu made its official debut, as did " Consort," SolusOS's brand-new GNOME Classic fork.

Not to mention, of course, news of GNOME's own "Classic Mode."

The daffodils are thriving, and the message is clear: Classic Linux desktops are here to stay. Now, what do Linux bloggers have to say about it?

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