Why FreeBSD doesn't have a Gnome3 port?

Luca Ferrari fluca1978 at infinito.it
Fri Dec 6 08:13:29 UTC 2013

On Thu, Dec 5, 2013 at 3:30 PM, iijima yoshino <iijimayoshino at gmail.com> wrote:

> Even the OpenBSD team accepts the Gnome3 ...
> It seems the FreeBSD towards to a server-oriented way.

Why server oriented, just because gnome3 is not supported? Gnome3 is
only _a_ desktop among the others. So who is making FreeBSD more
"towards a server", FreeBSD itself or Gnome 3 that refuses to adopt
other non-linux facilities?
If other unixes have gnome3 it simply means they have manpower and
interest to port it. Not being a gnome3 user (actually, a gnome user
at all), I don't care about porting a desktop that is not interested
in being portable.


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