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Oh No! Fuduntu Calls it Quits

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I can't believe my eyes. Just as Fuduntu was getting rave reviews and moving up the charts, just a week after announcing their latest release the Fuduntu project "voted to end-of-life Fuduntu Linux." It seems developmental issues are forcing this decision, and signals a time when ultimately all GNOME 2 users will end up having to move on.

It was just last week that Fuduntu 2013.2 was announced with lots of updates as well as the teaser that Shawn Dunn has been developing KDE for Fuduntu and was working towards a KDE spin. I was anxious to test drive that one.

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well

They should base off EL6, this way the GTK2 apps will still receive security updates. Wink
Anyway, moving on, the obvious choice for them is MATE, I don't understand why they change the distro.

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