" If my memory is correct, OpenGEU (actually Geubuntu, its
ex-name) was my first encounter with the Enlightenment window
manager and, though I couldn't get used to it,
"I was quite impressed overall.
"As you probably already realized, OpenGEU is built on top of
Ubuntu (not a surprise these days) and though the packages for the
8.10 version were made available about a month ago and users could
upgrade their 8.04 install, a complete Live CD was just released a
few days ago. A bit late, given the fact that Ubuntu Jaunty is
right around the corner, but still a good (and fun) time-waster for
users and a "development and testing playground for the upcoming
version" for OpenGEU's team. Without further ado here's our test
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