"My take on the GNOME 3 discussion is that we have multiple
goals at the moment which are truly in conflict. On the one hand,
we have the fairly traditional desktop of today, with some growing
userbase, and it's important not to break it. Most of the
employed-to-work-on-GNOME developers are focused on this. On the
other hand, innovation is necessary to move forward, and there's a
lot we could do. But we don't want to drag today's users through
broken intermediate states and make them wait 3 years for bugfixes
to come out...
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