Bug 701402 calls on GNOME developers to 'implement progress bars in GNOME Shell'. This is absolutely the sort of bug I can get behind — and in this post I tell you why.
With a bit of imagination, some paint, and plenty of LEDs a boring PC box can be transformed into a terrific tower.
The allure of Ubuntu-branded hardware never quite fades, does it? Following Nick Rutledge's divine Ubuntu Laptop Concept comes this Ubuntu Mini PC idea by Lucas Romero Di Benedetto.
Imagine for a second that an official Ubuntu-branded laptop existed. What would it look it? Reader Nick Rutledge thought about this question whilst he was mocking-up his dream Ubuntu device....
Another day and another set of Unity mock-ups. This time from the hand of Ubuntu user staticd, who wonders whether the position of the 'Lens bar' - which appears at the bottom of the Dash in Ubuntu 11.10 - could be better placed - could be better placed.
Yesterday we took a look at one users ideal vision of Unity on smartphones and tablets - but what about Unity on the desktop? The Unity interface has come such a long way in such a short space of time, and although Ubuntu 12.04 isn't likely to see too many dramatic chances in how it looks, many folks are speculating on ideal future iterations regardless.
Canonical plans for Ubuntu to go multi-device, appearing on smartphones, tablets, TVs in addition to the regular ol' PC, aren't due to sneak out until Ubuntu 14.04. But Ubuntu user Ian Santopietro thinks you can't ever be 'too early' to start thinking about how the interface might look, and so presented his take on a multi-device Ubuntu's Unity interface to the 'Ayatana' mailing list.
The elementary project’s stable of experiments waxes and wanes with real buoyancy. Recent additions that have floated to the fore include the refined e-mail client Postler and slick contacts app Dexter.
Banshee will be sat on millions of Ubuntu desktops next april as Ubuntu 11.04's default music player - but some users think it could do with looking a little bit more native.
Yesterday we mentioned that Firefox 4 Beta for Linux now boasts a 'menu' button rather than a menu bar. Whilst it's undoubtedly welcome it doesn't look as good as it could - nor should. Take a peek and see why.
Mark Shuttleworth recently responded to a Unity workspace mock-up the Ayatana Mailing List and revealed some interesting features of Ubuntu 11.04 Natty...