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ROSA Recruits Fresh GNOME Desktop

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ROSA has primarily been a customized KDE desktop distribution. But today the ROSA folks announced an officially supported GNOME 3 variation of their Fresh R1 release. And, ROSA somehow managed to make GNOME 3 consistent with the look of their ROSA desktop.

Previously GNOME lovers could use an unsupported GNOME 2 version of ROSA, but starting with this year's release, GNOME 3 is officially supported by ROSA. The announcement says ROSA FRESH R1 GNOME Beta features:

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