is awesome! Come on... I f you're still complaining about Unity, then sorry but you're probably the kind of person that whines about everything. Unity was shaky at first, but with the stability it has gained and the introduction of dozens of features (HUD, dash lenses, scopes, Web app integration, UX changes, etc) it has really become such a "selling point" for Ubuntu. This is something that no other Linux desktop OS has ever achieved. Ubuntu has moved beyond the point of "catching up" to others. It's time for innovation and they're doing it well. You whiners and squealers will always be out there. We've all heard your point, enough. I'm not gonna sit by and let you steer the development of +Ubuntu
in the wrong direction through your misguided comments. +Matt Wolfgang
is absolutely correct. 1) If you don't like Unity, the please use Gnome 3, KDE, Xfce, Mint Cinnamon, whatever else you want... 2) Your complaints really drown out the voice of us who are pleased with Unity and the way it's heading. I can't keep on commenting, but know that it is a constant worry that you whiners may have your comments heard (due to your persistence) and may steer Unity development in the wrong direction :-/ Enough! Now go on and use another desktop enviro, or install Ubuntu 8.04 if you wish to remain behind with feature-less versions of Gnome because you cannot adapt to newer technology.
Thank heavens for sites like +OMG! Ubuntu!
that bring us good news about #Ubuntu
often enough :-)