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LX'er defends (K)Ubuntu

On their comment of the day, LX'er defends the difference between Kubuntu/Ubuntu against a reviewers 'mistake'.
The comment is a fine example of trying to elaborate the Ubuntu world a bit for the readers.

Quote:

SNF comments on Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols article: “First, the good news: although they go by different names, there's really no fundamental difference between the Ubuntu brothers. “

Although his review is much more even-handed than most reviews of Ubuntu (they tend to run towards fanboy adoration or distrowar ignition), the above statement makes it clear that he is missing something.

Just to add to the fun, Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols has responded.

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