Ubuntu loosing its popularity

Liam Proven lproven at gmail.com
Thu Dec 1 02:17:29 UTC 2011

On 30 November 2011 10:17, Nicolas Kovacs <info at microlinux.fr> wrote:
> Le 29/11/2011 17:00, Art Edwards a écrit :
>> Except that Unity is more like Britney Spears than Archie Shepp.
> Since I use Ubuntu in a professional context, I usually stick to LTS
> versions (currently 10.04). Out of curiosity, I installed 11.10 on a sandbox
> machine, and I admit I liked it. I guess I'll check it out more in detail
> next summer, when it's more mature and stable.
> I don't quite get all the WM-bashing in the Linux world. I've been using KDE
> since 2.x, GNOME since 1.x, XFCE since 3.x, Windowmaker since 0.x, and I
> just adapted. It's like driving different motorcycles. Since every single
> one has its quirks, you just adapt without making a fuzz.

Absolutely. What he said.

By the way, Nicolas, it's "making a fuss", not "fuzz". :¬) I know,
silly language... :¬D

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