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not that people were not telling them for years that they are wasting time........and resources. Next, ditch Mir and snaps and we are back to 10.04.
 

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wow, kde kirigami is all thats left.
 

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not that people were not telling them for years that they are wasting time........and resources. Next, ditch Mir and snaps and we are back to 10.04.
Snaps stay, Mir is ditched.

Good call IMO. And Ubuntu Phone was at least in my view dead-end with the "Apple-like" restrictions and weirdness they bolted on top of normal Linux ecosystem.

I will miss Unity, as I'm I guess one of the rare breeds who found it a good UI. I won't miss Ubuntu Touch, except as far as it was committed to open-source.
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I wont miss unity, I have been running cairo-dock on top of it for years
 

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Well i like Unity and still my default DE in Ubuntu. They are planning on Switching to Gnome and i dont like Gnome at all.
 

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Well i like Unity and still my default DE in Ubuntu.
Me too. Indeed, there likely are many who came to appreciate the Unity desktop as different yet very productive. Critics - and they are entitled to be so - tend to have the loudest voices.
 

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...They are planning on Switching to Gnome and i dont like Gnome at all.
Source?

For some work, I've switched from Fedora to macOS, what a nightmare!! After few weeks, I find Gnome way more efficient than macOS.
 

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For some work, I've switched from Fedora to macOS, what a nightmare!! After few weeks, I find Gnome way more efficient than macOS.
https://insights.ubuntu.com/2017/04/...d-convergence/

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We will shift our default Ubuntu desktop back to GNOME for Ubuntu 18.04 LTS.
 

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Well i like Unity and still my default DE in Ubuntu. They are planning on Switching to Gnome and i dont like Gnome at all.
I'm sure they'll enable a couple of extensions by default or even write some new ones to replicate the way Unity worked.
 

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