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Thread: Where Would You Like to See Ubuntu Go Next?

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    Where Would You Like to See Ubuntu Go Next?

    I think after 10.04 we have a great operating system, thats easy to use, fast and looks good.

    10.04 seems a great base to build on, so my question is.

    Now we have a fast, good looking, easy to use, secure operating system.(Finally a Linux distro easy enough for anyone)

    So? what next?

    I personally would love to see the looks really, really worked on it looks good now, thank god they got rid of that awful orange, but it still needs to look better. Apart from that I really don't know where they can go? it just checks a lot of boxes.

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    Re: Where Would You Like to See Ubuntu Go Next?

    Rolling released.

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    Re: Where Would You Like to See Ubuntu Go Next?

    If it could go to the store to get me some peppers, bread and perhaps a few cold soft drinks that would be great and save me some time.
    On strike during the Oneiric cycle due to ungratefulness of Ubuntu.


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    Re: Where Would You Like to See Ubuntu Go Next?

    Quote Originally Posted by kellemes View Post
    Rolling released.
    This

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    Re: Where Would You Like to See Ubuntu Go Next?

    Quote Originally Posted by asddf View Post
    So? what next?
    Expand Ubuntu One so that you can use it on mobiles, and preferably Mac and Windows too. If they did that it might be able to leapfrog ahead of Dropbox in usefulness.

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    Re: Where Would You Like to See Ubuntu Go Next?

    To THE MOON!
    The views expressed in this post belong to Tristam Green and do not represent the views of any other entity, foreign or domestic, as long as you both shall live, Amen.
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    Re: Where Would You Like to See Ubuntu Go Next?

    Make it that i don't need to reinstall every package on my system every 6 months just to get the latest version of Ubuntu

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    Talking Re: Where Would You Like to See Ubuntu Go Next?

    It would be nice if Ubuntu improve with the base that its designers has built, it have to improve greater compatibility with the latest generation laptops, because because whenever a version is released, you have to wait a bit so that the problems with some special buttons are resolved, Wireless, etc...(My wireless button never work right out of the box)

    Also Ubuntu needs to be more user friendly (let's face it), configurate it with all the things we like is not a easy work for a common user (a Windows user that's just convinced that there are better things than virus, bugs, and blue screens!).

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    Re: Where Would You Like to See Ubuntu Go Next?

    Quote Originally Posted by kellemes View Post
    Rolling released.
    You mean entirely rolling released or both static release and rolling release? Because having a static release makes it much easier to target and develop software for. Deploying becomes much more consistant and predictable as well.

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    Re: Where Would You Like to See Ubuntu Go Next?

    I would like to see things like this fixed:



    That icon in a white square is the Openoffice Quickstarter icon. It happens when I use the "Ambience" theme.

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