On Mon, 13 Mar 2006 19:26:17 +0000, Roy Schestowitz
>__/ [ Lobo ] on Monday 13 March 2006 17:04 \__
>> Here is information on the latest Ubuntu. Sorry if this is the wrong
>> ng but my isp doesn't carry the Ubuntu news group yet.
>> We are now in the final stages of Dapper Drake development. Everything
>> is stabilizing, and Ubuntu 6.04 will certainly be a top-notch
>> professional OS. Now that all of the lower level improvements have
>> been made, it is time to close the hood and rub on a coat of wax. This
>> week brings us Dapper Flight 5, the fifth alpha release of Ubuntu 6.04
>> - The Dapper Drake. With Flight 5 comes a new and improved Human
>> Look-and-Feel, a few new GUI power tools, and much more. On to the
>> "Significant improvements in GNOME 2.14 have lead to noticable
>> speed-ups throughout the desktop."
>Now, if only they got rid of these mocha-coloured tones and removed that
>mockup image which appears when GNOME is being loaded (if you have seen the
>placeholder, you'd agree). While they think it's rather playful, it seems
>rather unprofessional an definitely unpolished.
I prefer Kubuntu w/ KDE myself. It doesn't appear to be available yet.
Just the daily snapshots. I'll wait a bit.
>Yet, Ubuntu alphas enable you to run more than 3 processes. And they do not
>require auxiliary firewall and AV software. *wink*
wink wink, nudge nudge, say no more............
I've firestarter running. I feel more secure with all those green
squares at shields-up. Maybe it's my throwback to wink-wink.
>Many more shots in OSDir (added this morning, I believe):