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Ubunteros take over Google HQ

With San Francisco LinuxWorld Expo barely having finished, the Ubuntu camp have picked up their bags and headed across town for the world-famous Ubucon at Google
Read the report at The Fridge


We got lots more reports, “Google HQ was big and kind of confusing” and everyone was told that they had to stay “within the blue area on the map” in case bad things happened. Luckily, Google lived up to their do no evil slogan and along the way there were a few sneaked glimpses of the hotly-rumoured Goobuntu, Google’s internal version of the Ubuntu system. For the choice of desktop, KDE (aka blue) and GNOME (aka brown) desktops on Goobuntu are apparently fairly well balanced, each with about a 50/50 split. Although alot of people outside Google engineering use something else …other than GNU/Linux.

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