[ubuntu-uk] Ubuntu - Wrong Direction?

Gareth France gareth.france at gmail.com
Fri Dec 2 12:10:47 UTC 2011

I have no doubt over time we will see Gnome 2 Mk2 becoming a serious option
for some but isn't this the beauty of it, and something most people seem to
miss? You can have a different desktop for every day of the week. Unity
being usable or not doesn't mean a damn thing in reality.

On Fri, Dec 2, 2011 at 12:07 PM, George Tripp <luggeorge at yahoo.co.uk> wrote:

> >  There's no doubt that Unity has split the Ubuntu userbase considerably
> Hey I got upset when the buttons moved from right to left!
> I've tried other distros but generally find there's something that needs
> fiddling to get it work whereas Ubuntu seems to set up all the stuff I want
> to do more or less out of box.
> For that reason I've stuck with Ubuntu and currently have a plethora of
> different desktops installed regularly changing between them because I'm
> fickle! No real winner at the moment as far as I'm concerned.
> If people want to stay with Gnome 2 then why not 10.04 - it's supported
> until 2013. Or the install Gnome fall back package in 11.10 which gives a
> desktop approximating Gnome 2.
> George
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