GNOME Do is a free application launcher for Linux originally created by David Siegel, and currently maintained by Alex Launi. It is better than other application launchers because it not only allows searching for applications and files but it also allows specifying actions to perform on search results by providing instantaneous, action-oriented search results that preferred by the users.

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Created by jintujacob 6 years 13 weeks ago
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lozz's picture


6 years 13 weeks 20 hours 34 min ago


"Free" poison

Just like the witch used to give away "free" poisoned apples to little kids, Miguel gives away his M$ poisoned Mono in "free" applications like Gnome-do.

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6 years 13 weeks 5 hours 51 min ago


gnome do is free software

I don't use it either, but GNOME Do is free software that grants the four freedoms. I think your use of the word free in quotes is difficult for some people to translate without stating the real issue: that GNOME Do might not remain free software because of Microsoft's dubious patent promise.

lozz's picture


6 years 12 weeks 6 days 9 hours ago


.NET morality

Yeah, the real issue is that is based on Mono. Even if M$ never enforces their patents on it, GNU/Linux doesn't really need to import a technology that was originally planned to convert the
internet into a M$ Only domain.

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6 years 13 weeks 20 hours 31 min ago


Gnome do uses mono

It is a part of Micro$oft's divide and conquer strategy for destroying GNU/Linux. Unfortunately many people are falling for it hook, line and sinker...