"In the beginning, there was Linus. He said, let there be Linux,
and Linux was there. Actually he wrote some code. Then there was
Miguel. He said, let there be GNOME. Actually he announced it on
IRC. But then GNOME was there. As many years passed, both Linux and
GNOME grew in size and complexity at niceness. And so it is that we
have on our doorsteps, Linux 2.6, and GNOME 2.6.
"I downloaded Fedora Core 2 test 1 recently to give GNOME 2.6
and Linux 2.6 a spin. Yes, GNOME 2.6 wasn't out yet when I was
writing this article, but I could test with the release candidate
included in Fedora..."
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