Ubuntu splits from GNOME UI
Canonical’s Mark Shuttleworth on Monday detailed how Ubuntu will split from the GNOME user interface for Unity, which is its Netbook approach. Simply put, Ubuntu will have a custom user interface.
First, Canonical could be portrayed as evil because it’s flipping its middle finger to the open-source community.
Others say that GNOME was hard to work with.
And then you get your Unity sniping.
Read more of “Ubuntu splits from GNOME UI: A good, pragmatic move” at ZDNet’s Between the Lines.