[ubuntu-us-in] Ubuntu 10.10

John Hayden johnhayden83 at gmail.com
Mon Jun 11 16:37:40 UTC 2012

Please forgive all the grammatical errors in my last response. I am sending
this via voice reply.
On Jun 11, 2012 12:33 PM, "John Hayden" <johnhayden83 at gmail.com> wrote:

> I would tend to agree with you. I would do whatever works best for you.
> If the new were you going to does not work with your computer, Why upgrade
> and give yourself problems. Besides, it should still work fine for quite a
> while Without any updates.
> Of course this is only just my opinion On the matter. But you could
> possibly even use a different distro That runs better on Lower and
> computers.
> On Jun 11, 2012 11:46 AM, "Ryan Hoots" <overlord at ryanhoots.com> wrote:
>> I was recently thinking about Ubuntu's 2010 releases, specifically 10.10,
>> which has just reached its end of life. I liked 10.10 a lot, in fact it's
>> still in use on about %25 of my computers because I like it so much.
>> So, now that it's retired, I face a problem. Newer Ubuntu releases don't
>> work with my hardware very well, even my brand new laptop I just got
>> recently. But 10.10 is fine on it.
>> My idea is to unofficially continue Ubuntu 10.10's development as a new
>> Linux distribution, sort of like what MATE did with GNOME 2. In fact, MATE
>> might even be installed on this new distro by default.
>> So, I'd like to know, what's your opinion of this idea? Is it worthwhile,
>> or is it doomed to failure?
>> Thanks,
>> Ryan
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