Linked by Thom Holwerda on Sat 3rd Dec 2005 17:03 UTC, submitted by Carondelet
Novell and Ximian An observing poster at the Ubuntu forums unearthed what he says are screenshots of the upcoming Novell Linux Desktop 10. "I was snooping around for details about Novell Linux Desktop 10 and stumbled upon an internal Novell Desktop Design wiki. Most of the pages were unavailable without logging in but I found a few pics by going through their 'Recent Changes' page." So, are they for real? My take: Whether these are real shots of NLD 10, or just 'mere' mockups, they in any case show that Novell is willing to differentiate itself from its competitors. Which is a good thing.
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RE[3]: Beautiful!
by segedunum on Sun 4th Dec 2005 13:12 UTC in reply to "RE[2]: Beautiful!"
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Even segetroll has looked them.

Is not fair.

You mean you haven't even seen them?

As I said, there was nothing to see. You've got a handful of (outdated) screenshots displaying nothing of any real significance, a very small video displaying a start menu the size of Brazil popping up and various wiki pages talking about various use cases, usability and a bizarre page about Microsoft Sharepoint.

All in all, absolutely nothing that is going to advance NLD usage or Linux desktop usage in general. It's a bunch of magpies crowding around some bogus shiny objects - again. At least they had the sense to take it down.

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