Fallback Mode (Classic Session) To Be Dropped From GNOME 3.8 ~ Web Upd8: Ubuntu / Linux blog
Hmm, not sure what to think here. I guess this means Ubuntu as well? Dang, as I am not liking Unity anymore. It seems to be heavy resource wise. Plus, I can only get Gnome classic/fallback to get my quad monitors to work without much fuss. I've installed Mint with Cinnamon DE on my laptop, and I like it pretty well so far. I think I will use this if Gnome classic goes out the way. I tried to install the Cinnamon DE in Ubuntu, but I am not sure if it worked as it looks exactly like Gnome classic, which could be good, but I thought it would look more like Mint, I dunno.