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Ubuntu Names Their Desktop After Us?

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I was quite surprised this morning whilst reading my RSS feeds to discover that Ubuntu has named their most recent ‘lite desktop‘ Unity.  Surprised because we have our project, Unity Linux.  Strange that both our ‘lightweight distribution and desktop’ and Ubuntu’s ‘lite desktop’ should share a name together. While I’m not really sure why no one […]

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Unity 2010 Beta 2 Impressions

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As noted previously, I’ve been pretty hard pressed lately in my secular job due to migrations and other fun activities happening throughout the past few months.  I did however, get the chance to download Unity 2010 Beta 2 and give it a go.  I had some problems when booting because I was brought to a […]

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Clarification on Foresight and Fedora

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I previously wrote about a possible “rebasing” of Foresight Linux on the Fedora platform. This conjecture was a bit premature it seems as I am completely wrong on this being a possibility The best part about me being absolutely wrong on this is that there is still going to be benefits for Foresight and Fedora […]

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Slackware and Zenwalk

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I’ve been distro shopping lately.  I had become complacent while working with PCLinuxOS because everything just works when using it.  With nothing broken, I had nothing to fix   This is a good thing, unless you want things to break every once in a while so you can learn to fix them.  I know, I’m […]

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Project Unity Updates

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Just a few updates on the new project named Unity… We’ve got a Home Page, IRC Channel, Forum, Docs site, a Package Tracker, and a Planet up and running.   In works is getting a Bug Tracker up and running… We have SVN We have Twitter for news We have Twitter for commits We have […]

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New Project: Unity

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I’ve been working on a new project the last few days.  We’re calling it Unity.  What it will be is a new Linux distribution that takes an incremental approach to desktop Linux.  It will provide a central core and use the mklivecd scripts that PCLinuxOS uses and it will provide a base from which to […]

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