Fedora and openSUSE Stops Unity Project

Unity is a desktop and netbook environment developed by Canonical, the company behind Ubuntu. Unity will be the desktop environment you will use in Ubuntu 11.04 if you use the default installation.

Fedora and openSUSE, two competing Linux distributions, has spent a lot of time and effort trying to get Unity to be included as an option even with them. But according to Fedora and openSUSE it is still too buggy, so they have both decided to stop the project.


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