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    Sun and Project Mad Hatter


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    Re:Sun and Project Mad Hatter

    I like what I see. I think they could easily pull a "Ximian" on us and make a very nice GNOME release.

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    Re:Sun and Project Mad Hatter

    So Sun's Linux and Solaris will run the Mad Hatter form of Gnome, while RedHat will come standard with their Bluecurve version of Gnome. Or you can buy Ximian's version of Gnome. Or, you can run the plain vanilla Gnome.

    Did I forget anyone?

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    Re:Sun and Project Mad Hatter

    Nice! I really like the way they customized the "start" button. I'm going to have to do that to my set-up. Soon, very soon, I'm going to have a stryder button!

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    Re:Sun and Project Mad Hatter

    [quote author=cga link=board=14;threadid=7614;start=0#msg69718 date=1061988592]
    So Sun's Linux and Solaris will run the Mad Hatter form of Gnome, while RedHat will come standard with their Bluecurve version of Gnome. Or you can buy Ximian's version of Gnome. Or, you can run the plain vanilla Gnome.

    Did I forget anyone?
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    Red Hat just has the bluecurve THEME. Ximian and Sun recoded GNOME 2 to do something vanilla gnome didnt. Red Hat is gnome.org's GNOME 2.x with a few more themes, and the Bluecurve one default.

    I am a fan of Ximian, although v1.x reaked hell on any Red Hat install of gnome. XD2 looks sweet (and is from what I hear). I cant wait to see what Sun did with this one. They always have been a very large proponent of GNOME.

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