Originally Posted by rdnetto
You can run Gnome 3 under Ubuntu - you just need to add the PPA and install the packages. If you google it you'll find that it's not hard at all. Alternatively, as discussed previously you can use any other distro with some modifications.
However, note that you can't use Gnome 3 on the TF right now, since it requires hardware acceleration. You'll need to wait until lilstevie releases the new kernel.
I know i can run Gnome 3 under Ubuntu, but then you won't get the full Gnome 3 experience... For example the Adwaita theme is missing, wich is important for me because off the big windows buttons and for example the login window still looks like the Gnome 2 one.
Thats why i like Fedora, Gnome 3 is really integrated into Fedora.
Thanks for the information about the hardware acceleration, i forgot about that.
Originally Posted by gloom
Checking the fedora wiki :
Section development contains the following line :
"F15 (Work in progress) "
They making references to updates from 15th of July but no clue on today what's the status
Stupid of me that i didn't check that before asking.