GNOME is a feature-rich desktop environment provided by the GNOME project. It is one of the most widely-used desktop environments for Linux desktops and has been an important part of Gentoo for many years.
Gentoo currently has GNOME version 3, that features a redesigned UI, which is a total upheaval for users of GNOME 2. Getting familiar with it, at least for its basics, only takes a matter of minutes provided the user is directed to the right entry point. A rather good entry point to quickly get familiar with this new UI is the GNOME Help page.
See the GNOME Guide sub-article for a more detailed approach on installing, configuring, and using GNOME.
- Gentoo GNOME Project - The official Gentoo project (team) dedicated to maintaining GNOME-related ebuilds for Gentoo.
- GNOME Display Manager
- Epiphany - The GNOME web browser.
- Gnome Applications Folders - How to customize the applications folders and improve the interface.
- GNOME Without systemd - How to run GNOME 3 under OpenRC, using Dantrell B.'s patchset.
- Gnome Cheat Sheet - GNOME Cheat Sheet
- MATE - A fork of GNOME 2 designed to retain GNOME 2's look and feel.
- https://github.com/dantrell/gentoo-project-gnome-without-systemd - Dantrell B.'s "GNOME without systemd" homepage on GitHub.com