Ubuntu switching to Unity Desktop
louiethecuban at gmail.com
Thu Oct 28 02:22:31 BST 2010
curious, what's gnome 3.0 supposed to be like?
On Wed, Oct 27, 2010 at 7:33 PM, Antoine Thomas <ttoine at ttoine.net> wrote:
> 2010/10/27 Luke Yelavich <themuso at ubuntu.com>
> On Wed, Oct 27, 2010 at 01:12:54PM EDT, Brian David wrote:
>> > Holstein just posted this on IRC. It's worth re-posting to the list:
>> > Thoughts?
>> To be clear, Studio does not have to follow this path. Being a derivitive,
>> studio can decide what it wants to do, whether it uses unity, gnome-shell,
>> or stick with the usual GNOME panel interface. Of course its up to the
>> project developers to decide, but just because Ubuntu is changing, doesn't
>> mean UbuntuStudio has to.
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> Imho, we should first test if Unity desktop has a good or bad influence on
> stability and performances. Once tested, it will be time to say if it is
> good to keep Gnome and wait for Gnome 3.0, or follow on Unity.
> Think that if we choose to continue to use Gnome desktop, we will have to
> maintain more stuff by ourselves, this is a lot of work, or perhaps there
> will be a new Gubuntu flavor (like Kubuntu) on which we might count. But it
> means a lot of work and skills we don't have. Maybe it's better to focus on
> applications packaging, performance optimization, etc... than on which
> desktop should the default one.
> If Unity works well, why should we bored ??
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