Linked by Eugenia Loli on Mon 9th Apr 2007 22:30 UTC
Ubuntu, Kubuntu, Xubuntu "Back in my university days, when Netscape was the latest web browser on the scene and the Pentium MMX was the power user's processor of choice, UNIX was part of my everyday life. Since graduating, my chosen desktop operating system has been Windows of some variety. This is partly because it was the most readily available consumer desktop operating system and also because it served me well for the most part." More here. In other Ubuntu news, Automatix2 for Feisty is released.
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Automatix on the front page?
by panickedthumb on Tue 10th Apr 2007 14:54 UTC
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2007-01-04

Can someone explain how a program for Ubuntu, that does things that were already very possible, releases a new version and gets the front page of OSNews? It's a handy program but I don't think OSNews needs to be updated every time they update their program. Granted, it was in the "In other news:" part but still...

Sorry if it seems like I'm ranting against Ax, I'm not, it just doesn't seem significant enough for front page news.

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