Google Chrome OS and Canonical

So 2010 looks set to be a very exciting year. In addition to delivering Ubuntu experiences with both existing and new OEM partners, we will be working with Google on Chrome OS based devices.


It’s certainly an exciting thing that Google OS is taking shape. I think that the simple fact that a huge company invest on linux, far from being a problem for the open source community, can bring some new perspectives and some fresh new air on the linux world. And it’s certainly needed, IMHO. Even more good, is discovering that Ubuntu is working with Google in this project…

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KDE – KDE 4.3.2 Caizen Release Announcement

“The KDE community has fixed over 10,000 bugs and implemented almost 2,000 feature requests in the last 6 months. Close to 63,000 changes were checked in by a little under 700 contributors…”
These are numbers quite impressive 😉

Overall, I think that both Gnome and KDE have reached a really good level of maturation. Linux on desktop is getting every day a more robust and realiable option…