There is a lot of gnome 2.x information here, I would like to start removing that information and make this article relate to gnome 3.x only.
Given the nature of our distro, I see no point in maintaining documentation on outdated software. Comments? --stefanwilkens 11:32, 15 January 2012 (EST)
- There's no point in really maintaining it, but also no need to delete this info. This wiki is useful for users of many distros (and OSes, for that matter), so it would be more humane to somehow isolate it, in separate sections or a separate article as necessary. -- Corvinus 12:00, 15 January 2012 (EST)
- Yes, please for now just isolate the Gnome legacy information in a separate section at the bottom of the page. Actually we did have a GNOME 2 article that was split when GNOME 3 was moved to GNOME, but GNOME 2 was later deleted since GNOME 2 is no longer supported by Arch. Nonetheless, I really don't know if some of the outdated tips here can somehow apply for example to MATE, I'd like to read the opinions of more informed users. -- Kynikos 15:52, 16 January 2012 (EST)