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    Phoronix: The Major Happenings From The Ubuntu 11.04 Summit

    Last week was the Ubuntu 11.04 Developer Summit in Orlando, Florida of the United States where a variety of topics were discussed. Aside from the very surprising announcement that Ubuntu 11.04 will use the Unity Desktop rather than GNOME's interface, most of the coverage on Phoronix was focused around the X.Org / graphics side of things, such as the xorg-server and Mesa to be used by Ubuntu 11.04 and the other discussions. Of course, other things were discussed too at this Ubuntu Developer Summit, and here's some of the other major happenings from the event...

    http://www.phoronix.com/vr.php?view=ODc0NQ

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    Being able to donate to my favourite open source projects via Ubuntu Software Center = win.

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      Hope 11.04 isn't buggy as hell and they fix all the speed regressions. I've skipped 10.x all together and will just run 9.10 (faster than either of the 10.x releases) until 11.04 comes out.

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        Banshee? What happened to Rhythmbox? Why does Ubuntu absolutely refuse to keep the same default apps with each 6 month release cycle?

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          Originally posted by locovaca View Post
          Banshee? What happened to Rhythmbox? Why does Ubuntu absolutely refuse to keep the same default apps with each 6 month release cycle?
          The Mono fans within Canonical just want to make sure Mono stays in the default setup after Shotwell replaced F-Spot.

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