It’s not often I get to write about a new desktop shell — especially one I’ve never heard of! So when a reader told me about Manokwari, I had to try it.
This post, Hands On With Manokwari, a GNOME Desktop Shell Built Using HTML5, was written by Joey Sneddon and first appeared on OMG! Ubuntu!.
Source From: omgubuntu.co.uk.
Original article title: Hands On With Manokwari, a GNOME Desktop Shell Built Using HTML5.
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