monkeyboy wrote:People often find what they are looking for. If you want to find a problem with Linux, Windows or what have you OS you will probably find it. On the the other hand a little bit of tolerance goes a longways to making things palatable. Same thing with forums, desktop environments or release models if folks want to see a problem to princess about they will find it one way or the other.
MALsPa wrote:Matter of opinion. I don't see it that way at all.
prodigy_ wrote:Unity is almost universally hated within the community and for good reasons.
KBD47 wrote:I still think Gnome 2 and KDE are much better on a big screen using a mouse, but the more I've seen of Gnome 3, Ubuntu may turn out to be genius' to leave that interface behind. I think Unity can be made better, and it works well enough on netbooks and small laptops. Only KDE can really fill the missing Gnome 2 niche on larger computers IMO.
MALsPa wrote:Yet so many other people continue to use and enjoy it.
MALsPa wrote:Or maybe some folks want to believe that all Ubuntu users are just stupid or misguided or whatever.
MALsPa wrote:I don't understand why there's such animosity towards Ubuntu.
Robin wrote:Soooo much Ubu-hatred out there, all the "kiddie distro" remarks, bitterness against Ubuntu, Canonical, Mark Shuttleworth, and everyone who ever admitted to using and liking Ubuntu (or Kubu, Xubu, etc).
MALsPa wrote:Life's too short, folks. Too much negativity and bitterness out there as it is. Use what makes you happy,
Robin wrote:it is the nature of Linux and free software to be in a state of constant flux. Change is constant, relentless, and unavoidable in Linux. (...) That's just Linux being Linux.
Change is inevitable.
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