Don't be silly. Software developer and love? You don't need to know language of love when all your love is stored on your hard drive as jpeg and avi
It works for me as well (I started using it in 1998). It works fine also for my parents (both 60+ years old), they however started using it in November 2009. It is rock solid and causes a lot less troubles than Windows XP they had before. Oh, and we're all using Ubuntu (we also love Unity
And you are a troll.
Jean-Baptiste Queru: "Nexus S works much better with AOSP: the camera works, GPS works, NFC works, and those are broken on AOSP builds for Galaxy Nexus." More here: https://plus.google.com/u/0/112218872649456413744/posts/QkKumgFm6pm
Unity is not perfect. But still it's usability is much better than original Gnome 2.x and (as I mentioned in my previous post) still better than Gnome 3.x. KDE/xfce/etc are not solutions either. Unity Dash with lenses, scopes simply rock and make work much faster and easier.
I think that the major problem here is compiz. Even Ubuntu devs have problem with it (Ubuntu 12.04 contains some pretty serious bugs related to compiz). It is baically unmaintained these days. But still. No Unity no Fedora for me.
Too bad that there is no Unity for Fedora. I would like to give Fedora a try but I don't like that new Gnome (due to different Alt-Tab behavior and other annoyances).
Information on this wiki page is unfortunately outdated. Currently Unity works _only_ on Ubuntu.
I have another problem. For me Unity is simply great, I can't effectively use computer without it and because of that even If I would like to try some other Linux distribution I can't because Unity is available only on Ubuntu! That sucks!
You pay for the SERVICE not for the API. You could implement the same API but without the data their service is providing it would be useless...Also, Google DID NOT copyright those APIs, if you look carefully you will see that the whole API is a simple REST like webservice. There is nothing to copyright.
We don't need yout stinky Flash!
Really?? I have Samsung Galaxy S2 and I can't recall any incorrectly working application, and I have downloaded a lot. Guess I am (again *) lucky
(*) - the same is with my Linux PC, in last 2-3 years never had any issue with drivers, non working devices etc.
State of ATI/AMD drivers on Linux is rather poor, much worse than nVidia. My recommendation is to stay away from AMD GPUs if you plan to use Linux. If you are looking for more details about AMD & Linux read this article on Phoronix: http://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?page=article&item=amd_ayir_2011&num=1
Yep. They did not forget about Poland!