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In response to "the libappindicator story"

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  • In response to "the libappindicator story"
  • Timeline: The Greatest Show on Earth
  • Six Conceptual Unity behaviour mock-ups

Ubuntu Linux and GNOME: The Disputes continue

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zdnet.com: No matter how you measure it, Linux has never how more than a tiny share of the desktop market. Why? Well, I can give you lots of reasons, but one that Mark Shuttleworth founder of Canonical, the company behind the popular Ubuntu Linux distribution, has pointed out that there’s a lot of disorganization and disorder in Linux desktop developer circles.

10 Ubuntu re-spins I'd like to see

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techrepublic.com: Jack Wallen let’s his imagination go wild and creates some Ubuntu-based distributions that could have real world applications. Along the way, he creates some just for fun.

All the other guys are not wrong

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  • Shuttleworth: All the other guys are not wrong
  • Trying Unity

My Thoughts On Unity

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  • My Thoughts On Unity
  • Big dreams for Ubuntu Ocelot
  • Leaving Ubuntu
  • The libappindicator Story
  • GNOME vs Canonical, Freedesktop.org - A Neutral Observation & Summary
  • shoot the messenger

Testing Ubuntu 11.04 “Natty Narwhal” Alpha 3

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n00bsonubuntu.net: At this moment i’m testing the Ubuntu 11.04 “Natty Narwhal” Alpha 3 and wanted to give you a short heads up on my experience so far.

Wayland For The Ubuntu Unity Desktop Redux

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phoronix.com: While there have been some battles waged recently between Canonical and GNOME developers, a more positive and productive note: how's the Wayland plans coming along?

Canonical Is Not Killing The Ubuntu Netbook Edition

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muktware.com: You must have heard that Canonical has killed the netbook edition of Ubuntu also known as UNR or Ubuntu Netbook Remix. Before you reach any conclusions, let me make it clear that Canonical is not withdrawing from the netbook segment.

15 Very New and Unique Ubuntu Wallpapers

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  • 15 Very New and Unique Ubuntu Wallpapers
  • Ubuntu 11.04 will be multi platform
  • Xubuntu Natty Artwork
  • Speed Up Your Ubuntu Install With Ubuntu Minimal
  • 5 Tips & Tricks When Using The Ubuntu Software Center

Ubuntu Linux 11.04: A whale of changes

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  • Ubuntu Linux 11.04: A whale of changes for Canonical's user base
  • Funny Ubuntu Codenames
  • Ubuntu Netbook Edition folded into Ubuntu for next release
  • Gallery: Ubuntu 11.04 Alpha 3
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