Last edited by plun; September 30th, 2008 at 10:11 PM.
Any sufficiently advanced bug is indistinguishable from a feature.
"Ubuntu" - an African word meaning "Gentoo is too hard for me"
unexpected token <EOF> expected "WITTY ONE-LINER"
meh I really don't care. If someone is going to not use Ubuntu because they say it looks ugly, then that's a pretty poor reason to not use Ubuntu. Especially considering how easy it is to change the theme and wallpaper and icons compared to other OSes.
The new Gnome wallpapers are awesome though.
i don't know if any polls have been done, but i'll bet a good percentage of users change the theme within a matter of hours! it's no great chore, though, part of the post-install process for me.
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"...when i hear the voices, i ignore them, and do something constructive, like play with my ubuntu..."
As much as people here don't want to admit it, the theme Ubuntu uses will influence people's very first impressions of it. The more professional the default setup looks, the more confident new users will be. This is not about the fact that experienced users can change the theme - experienced users will not care.
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