Linked by David Adams on Fri 12th Sep 2008 16:34 UTC, submitted by irbis
Ubuntu, Kubuntu, Xubuntu Ubuntu founder Mark Shuttleworth announced Wednesday that his company, Canonical, will hire professional designers and interaction experts to improve the usability of the Linux desktop software ecosystem. They will work closely with upstream developers to bring a better experience to users of the open source operating system.
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RE[2]: Great move, but ..
by Manuma on Fri 12th Sep 2008 18:21 UTC in reply to "RE: Great move, but .."
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there actually was a de facto standard for this before GNOME pulled a switch-a-roo for no measurable benefit other than to create a new area of inconsistency.

Im sorry but you are wrong, there weren0t even a standar when GNOME implemented it, they just followed the Mac OS style, KDE followed thw Windows style.

BTW? What the hell is the KDE code of conduct for?

You are still trolling with or w/o code.

I was so righ when I predicted you will be the first one to break it.

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