blogs.gnome.org: At this stage, most people will have heard the news: Ubuntu 11.04 will ship with Unity as the default desktop shell. This raises a few questions: what does this mean for GNOME, and the adoption of GNOME Shell? Will this further affect the relationship between Canonical developers and others?
- Ubuntu Unity Sucks
- There's Little Love For Ubuntu's Unity Desktop
- Ubuntu getting a new icon theme
- Video: UDS Natty 11.04 - Mark Shuttleworth's Keynote
ostatic.com/blog: A mere four months since the 0.9.0 release, which was the first release in quite a while, Compiz developers brought out version 0.9.2. This release brought a few new features and lots of stability and performance fixes.
- Ubuntu 11.04 To Ship Unity instead of GNOME
- Ubuntu 10.10 biggest mistake: shotwell
- Linux Virtualization Performance Of Ubuntu 8.04 Through 10.10
- Zeitgeist’s bright future in Unity
- ‘Sponsor an app’ model coming to Ubuntu Software Centre in 11.04
- Unity to use Compiz instead of Mutter
- Unity on the Desktop
blogs.techrepublic.com: In one of my most recent “10 Things…” articles, I spoke about what I would like to see come about in Ubuntu 11.04. My wishes for 11.04 were (in some cases) a bit lofty or (in other cases) quite understandable.
This tutorial shows how you can set up a Kubuntu 10.10 desktop that is a full-fledged replacement for a Windows desktop, i.e. that has all the software that people need to do the things they do on their Windows desktops.
- 10 Things To Do After Installing Ubuntu 10.10
- Post-Maverick Install Woes - no /home
omgubuntu.co.uk: Challenging puzzle game ‘Brukkon‘ has become the second item to go on sale in the Ubuntu Software Centre.
- Blessed Unity: Ars reviews Ubuntu 10.10
- The secrets to success with Ubuntu OS
- Maverick Meerkat, aka Ubuntu 10.10 Review
- An Ubuntu 10.10 upgrade double-whammy
- Looking forward to UDS for Ubuntu 11.04 (Natty)
- On Launchpad and Mission Control
- 5 Tools And Tips For A Sexier Ubuntu Interface
- One week, three distributions (Day 4: Ubuntu 10.10)
ebb.org/bkuhn: I was glad to read today that Sam Varghese is reporting that Mark Shuttleworth doesn't want Canonical, Ltd. to engage in business models that abuse proprietary relicensing powers in a negative way. I wrote below a brief open letter to Mark.
Also: What is open core licensing (and what isn’t)