Friday, November 12, 2010

Linux Mint says no change

Many changes are being adopted by Canonical for future versions of Ubuntu on two of them, the music player and the terminal server client. Other changes: replaced by Wayland. confirmed by Ubuntu in Ubuntu Brainstorm.

Gnome replaced by Unity. Confirmed by Mark Shuttleworth (founder of Canonical) in his blog entry here itself.

The most popular response distribution based on Ubuntu, Linux Mint, has been clear. NO.

Through an interview with the founder and project leader, Clement Lefebvre, we conclude that at least the next two years, Linux Mint is not going to include in its distribution changes as substantial as the recent Unity or the precarious Wayland (if you enter in your web you will notice their state of development).
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