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Ubuntu Feisty Herd 3 review

Anirudh Sanjeev blogs/reviews the latest alpha of Feisty Fawn and looks forward to the final version as he's pretty happy with it.
Read it here


I have a love/hate relationship with ubuntu. I’m primarily a debian user, and I feel ubuntu oversimplifies things a bit. But after reviewing Feisty, I’m convinced that this just isn’t any other debian wrapper. While older distros love their elitism and sadomasochistic installation techniques, and newer ones are just a different collection of packages with a clever name and some artwork. I was a little annoyed because the upgrade from dapper to edgy was practically nothing but init and a new version of gnome, but ubuntu’s gone ahead leaps and bounds with feisty. With the support and commitment to making the best distro out there and to make it user friendly is commendable. The alpha version of Feisty looks great, can’t wait to see the release candidates.

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