Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 12th Dec 2006 18:37 UTC, submitted by anonymous
Linux Over the past week, some of the Linux desktop's foremost developers gathered together in Portland, Oregon at the OSDL Desktop Architects Meeting to work further on bringing order to the Linux desktop. According to John Cherry, the OSDL's Desktop Linux initiative manager, there was a good turnout of about 45 developers from the community, including major Linux vendors such as Novell and Red Hat, and ISVs like Google and Adobe."
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Sodki
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2005-11-10

the biggest problem that I've seen over the years is that there was never the canonical desktop distribution for linux.

Canonical? You should try Ubuntu, then. :-)

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