[ubuntu-uk] natty with unity

Anton Piatek anton at piatek.co.uk
Thu Jan 13 20:12:19 UTC 2011

On 13 January 2011 19:56, Andy Braben <andybraben at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 13 January 2011 19:47, gazz <pmgazz at gmx.co.uk> wrote:
>> About to write something for a VCS ICT mag about Ubuntu so thought I'd
>> have a look at Natty - umm, not a big fan of Unity, ugly and ridiculously
>> limited - wot, can't add stuff to the panel - what's the one at the top
>> actually doing besides wasting space and telling me the time and that' I'm
>> networked? Can't add move a panel? Hmmm.
>> I'll concede that it might work well for people who want their puters to
>> be toasters but please God don't stop offering GNOME shell alternative!
>> Paula
> Sounds like it hasn't improved from 10.10 netbook then.  Just as well Gnome
> was there, otherwise I would have said goodbye to Ubuntu on the netbook, and
> I certainly don't want Unity on the desktop unless it has vastly improved.

The plan isn't to remove gnome. I think it will be interesting to see
how Unity changes as it comes to release time.


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