Mark Shuttleworth: "Time for Mass Consumer Sales of Linux on Desktop Has Not Yet Come"
Apr 18, 2007, 16:30 (11 Talkback[s])
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"derStandard.at: When Ubuntu first appeared on
the Linux scene, it was considered a cutting edge distribution. Do
you think this is still true nowadays? For instance the current
openSUSE seems to integrate quite a bit more cutting edge stuff for
the desktop like Beagle/there own main menu/Compiz.
"Mark Shuttleworth: Very much so. Of course I
respect the stuff that the other distributions do, but I think
Ubuntu has a very vibrant community and so some really innovative
things happen here first..."