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Will Gnome 3 be in 11.10?

Will the new version be using the improved unity shell or gnome3? If it's using unity, can I still install gnome3 on it???

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Ubuntu 11.10 will be using Unity, which now works with Gnome 3. Gnome Shell, which is the "default shell of Gnome 3" will also be available. In other words, Gnome 3 can be styled in various ways. Gnome-Shell is the default of the Gnome Developers, while Ubuntu chooses to use the Unity Shell by default.

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Ubuntu 11.10 will be similar to Ubuntu 11.04, only with some slight modifications.

Gnome shell Dektop will not be available in 11.10 as was there in 11.04 as a roll back feature. Instead they are planning to ship a 2D version of Unity for slower graphics cards, instead of a 3D one.

And Pitivi is not being a part of the distro CD. anyway Pitivi was useless for me!

Reference: Wikipedia

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Gnome Shell is available in 11.10. It was not available in 11.04 because of the very limited time. Why are you talking about pitivi? –  Jo-Erlend Schinstad Oct 10 '11 at 15:56
    
@^ please refer to the wiki site I have included before commenting anything.... –  Vineet Menon Oct 11 '11 at 4:45
    
You make absolutely no sense. :| –  Jo-Erlend Schinstad Oct 12 '11 at 5:19
    
@^..and why's that??? –  Vineet Menon Oct 12 '11 at 9:43
    
PiTiVi is a video editor. Gnome Shell and Unity are shells for the Gnome 3 Desktop Environment. Why are you talking about video editing? And why do you say that the Gnome desktop won't be available? The gnome desktop is default in Ubuntu. –  Jo-Erlend Schinstad Oct 12 '11 at 12:37
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