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Is Ubuntu right to dump Gnome for Unity?

TechRadar - There's the whiff of irony in Canonical's latest announcement. For the next release of Ubuntu, Canonical has said it's going to replace the default Gnome desktop with something it calls Unity.

As founder Mark Shuttleworth puts it, this is "the most significant change ever" for Ubuntu – a statement whose portent is reflected by the Unity story being the third hit when you search for 'most significant change ever' on Google.

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