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Author Topic: Canonical on Path to IPO as Ubuntu Unity Linux Desktop Gets Ditched  (Read 98 times)

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On Oct. 19, Ubuntu 17.10 was released as the first Ubuntu Linux version since 2010 that didn't use Unity as the default Linux desktop. In a video interview with eWEEK, Shuttleworth details the rationale behind his decision to cancel Unity and why he has now put his company on the path toward an initial public offering (IPO).

Watch the full video with Mark Shuttleworth on eWEEK: https://goo.gl/Z8VX4U

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Re: Canonical on Path to IPO as Ubuntu Unity Linux Desktop Gets Ditched
« Reply #1 on: October 24, 2017, 01:46:26 pm »
A publicly owned Linux distribution that is semi-mainstream?  That's interesting.