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____/ JeffM on Wednesday 13 Jul 2011 07:41 : \____
> Roy Schestowitz wrote:
>>There was another famous Enlightenment-based Ubuntu at that time,
>>but I cannot recall its name and it's no longer visible.
> You're overthinking this. Just apply Occam's razor:
No, I'm thinking of another one. Last year I posted to COLA some article which
listed 3-5 Enlightenment-based Ubuntus. Not many are still having regular releases.
It's gratifying to see the reliability of Ubuntu spreading like this,
allowing more developers to express their individuality and taste. This
is why GNU/Linux is so valuable and OS X can *never* offer a
real replacement (uniform looks a standard there).
~~ Best of wishes
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