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    GNOME 2.0.1 Desktop RC1: “Not Considered Harmful” released
    Submitted by robot101 on Friday, August 09, 2002 – 20:44
    GNOMEThe first release candidate for the first point release of the GNOME 2 Desktop is now available on GNOME mirrors. Whilst it’s not in Debian yet, we like GNOME so we’re posting it straight away (read: robot101 is a hopeless gnome weenie 😉 –joy). The last I heard, the plan is to put GNOME 2 into unstable when 2.0.1 (final) is out. As with all 2.0.x releases, the focus is bug fixes, UI tweaks, translation and general polishing. See the announcement and list of closed bugs.
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    Subject: Clarification
    Author: robot101
    Date: Sunday, 2002/08/11 – 03:21
    The ‘we’ in the above statement who like GNOME is me and robster. alp is more likely to just tolerate it, and Joy and zx64 probably give it a miss.

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    Subject: aye
    Author: Joy
    Date: Sunday, 2002/08/11 – 12:41
    I was just about to go change that “we” 🙂
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    Subject: .
    Author: grolschie
    Date: Sunday, 2002/08/11 – 10:46
    gnome2 seems a little slow compared with KDE3.01, or is it my system?
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    Subject: Mmh.
    Author: Daniel S
    Date: Sunday, 2002/08/11 – 09:25
    And I’ll certainly give it a miss, thanks, despite having played with GNOME 2 for a bit.
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