Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 13th Oct 2016 20:11 UTC
Ubuntu, Kubuntu, Xubuntu

Ubuntu, the platform used in the majority of cloud deployments worldwide, today released version 16.10 with hybrid cloud operations, bare-metal cloud performance, the ability to lift-and-shift 80% of Linux VMs to machine containers, Kubernetes for world-leading process-container coordination, full container support in OpenStack, and telco-grade networking latency enhancements.

...this isn't really about the desktop anymore, is it?

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RE[2]: I stick to KDE
by Finalzone on Fri 14th Oct 2016 06:27 UTC in reply to "RE: I stick to KDE"
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I for one think Mir is good. There needs to be competition in the display server field--isn't that what we want? To prevent a second situation like X11, where there is only one solution, and it becomes long in the tooth?

The last thing to set as competition is a display manager, a much complex project that takes time to mature.

Virtually nobody outside Canonical are interested to contribute to the Mir project because it is considered as a waste of time and another attempt get control via Clause Licensing Agreement. It will be a matter of time Mir will either be yet another abandonware or converted into Wayland compositor.

A reminder is without Wayland developers doing the heavy lifting, Mir would not exist.

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