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Why Distros Are (or Aren’t) Using Ubuntu’s Unity

Referring to Ubuntu’s emphasis on usability, Mark Shuttleworth described making Unity the default desktop environment as “the biggest leap forward in that mission that Ubuntu has ever taken . . . . We brought something new to the very core of the user experience.” That was ten months ago. Since then, many distributions have shown an unmistakable lack of enthusiasm for adding Unity to their repositories. Read more here

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