I'm wondering why Ubuntu GNOME Remix, when it became an official Ubuntu distribution, was named Ubuntu GNOME.
We already have few distributions with different UIs:
- KUbuntu with KDE,
- XUbuntu with XFCE,
- LUbuntu widh LXDE.
Following this convention, why Ubuntu with GNOME is called Ubuntu GNOME, not for example GUbuntu?
Maybe Canonical and Ubuntu Community should reconsider the name of this distribution?