i feel gnome3 is catered to new users, and since linux is a developer operating system kind of, well, its a network operating system but, gnome3 should have a few features for programmers and “hackers” alike
gnome3 seems pretty minimalistic. its fast however, well supported, 3d accelerated, and the premiere desktop for linux as of 2023, i personally havent encountered more then 2 or 3 bugs since gnome3 hit my desktop.
but some features should be modeled on a high level for advanced users, such as a scripting language for internals and gtk/gnome, default zones on screens where terminals pop up for quick console work, gfx, wayland stuff, and an internal database where you can read/set values. these are just quick examples.
basically, i believe microsoft windows is the ideal choice for many users because you can play games and use professional and industrial software flawlessly, making it essential for working in a professional field. for linux its a more diverse field, and since linux doesnt have many apps for many uses, and linux is considered development focused as of 2023 so i feel its plausable for gnome3 to cater to advanced users needs.