Especially since Matt Asay, one of the better open source bloggers out there, took over as COO of Canonical, overseeing Ubuntu, it's been interesting to see what kinds of directions he might steer Ubuntu in. In recent versions, Ubuntu has become much more graphical, comatible and easy-to-use, priming the pump for it to spread out to new usage models. This week, there are a number of interesting reports coming out about where Canonical may go next, including taking Ubuntu to tablets (potentiall putting it in direct competition with Apple's iPad), and adopting a Red Hat-like support model.
June 15, 2010
Look For New, Ubuntu-Focused Moves From Canonical
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