GNOME works best with minimal customizations simply from the fact that
we (GNOME) do not QA all the various parts together. So it is worth
making it simple as possible.
On Fri, Apr 24, 2020 at 12:03 PM Simental Magana, Marcos
> As part of streamlining our content, we are removing some of the
> desktop customizations including extensions, themes, and icons
> currently carried by the distribution as part of our default desktop
> The content we intend to remove has been separated into the `desktop-
> assets-extras' bundle. It will be as we move to the latest version
> of GNOME next week that we will deprecate this bundle, effectively
> removing the bundle content.
> Currently `desktop-assets-extras', while part of the desktop by
> default, is not enforced for the desktop bundle and can be removed by
> users if they choose.
> We’ve also announced this on the forum with details of the
> modifications. Feel free to join the conversation there, too.
> Don't Panic!
> Marcos Simental.
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