AlbertP wrote:...the 30 day stats will show the truth about Mint usage.
proxima_centauri wrote:AlbertP wrote:...the 30 day stats will show the truth about Mint usage.
... will show the truth about page clicks per day on Distrowatch.
MALsPa wrote:I haven't seen Unity yet, except for screen shots. I probably won't try it here until the next Ubuntu LTS, and I'm hoping that by then Unity is something that I'll be okay with. More importantly, I want to be able to simply switch over to GNOME if I don't like Unity, and to be able to install something like Openbox. If I can still do those things then I'll probably be okay with the next Ubuntu LTS even if I don't like Unity.
recluce wrote:Beginning with Ubuntu 11.10, GNOME2 will be gone. So you may not have that option in the next Ubuntu LTS.
recluce wrote:I am currently very happy with Ubuntu 10.04 and sort of sitting on the side-lines. But if things continue to develop as they currently are, my next installation, while again a LTS version, will be Mint instead of Ubuntu.
dawgdoc wrote:Out of curiosity I just checked the Distrowatch numbers
7 Day listing
Fedora 3795 (down)30 day listing
Mint 3066 (up)
Ubuntu 1872 (down
Mint 2703 (down)
Ubuntu 2268 (down)
Fedora 47 (up)
AlbertP wrote:I don't think Clem will ever force the Mint users to Unity, and that's exactly what Ubuntu does: the fallback mode of Ubuntu 11.10 will be Unity 2D and not plain Gnome.
After this, we’ll be testing different scenarios and considering our options for the future, whether we want to switch to Gnome 3, how ready it is and what can be achieved with it. Many options are there for us, including forking Gnome 2 or even Gnome 3 and it’s too early to say what will happen next. But we have 6 months to decide and as always, we’re quite determined to come with something that’s better than before. We like our desktop the way it is, and comes Linux Mint 12, we’ll be looking to bring you something either as good or better than what we already have. It’s a hard promise to make considering the drastic changes occurring upstream, but this is what we’re aiming for and so we’ll be looking into the most efficient ways to implement our desktop and to reach our goals.
lmintnewb wrote:Anyone who's tried plain buntu and Mint. Unless they like pain will choose Linux Mint, lol. Here's how things pan out in my linux newbish view.
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