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A first look at Ubuntu Breezy

TecTonic has had a look at the Badger, and “…Overall, I'm impressed but not amazed by Breezy. ”
The review is found here.

Quote:

The office suite used is OpenOffice.org 2.0 Beta. It's a shame that the final version won't be out in time for Breezy. OpenOffice.org takes just as long to open up as it did in previous versions of Ubuntu, and it doesn't look like the Ubuntu folks bothered to prelink it.

Every application now has an extra menu item under help – “Translate this application”. It is hoped that these subtle reminders will get people more involved in the community process.

Overall, I'm impressed but not amazed by Breezy. When it comes out, I'll definitely be installing it, but somehow I feel a little let down. Perhaps it's Ubuntu's own fault for making the first version just so darn good — a huge jump at this point seems impossible.

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