Thursday, 18 July 2013
Posted by Gary Newell |  at 13:47 41 comments
As some of you may know I have recently started a new blog called "My Ubuntu Blog" (www.myubuntublog.com).
Some of you may therefore be alarmed by the title of this post as leaving Ubuntu would be a strange decision to make having committed to a whole blog on the subject.
This article is actually a guest post from Paul Smith who left a well thought out and well written comment at the bottom of the article "Is Unity Bashing a hobby?".
Having read the comment I made the decision that it was too good to languish at the bottom of the post and so I asked for Paul's permission to publish his comment as a full article on this site, which is about Linux in general.
So without further ado here is Paul Smith's article "Why I Left Ubuntu".
Paul Smith is an electrical engineer with 23 years of post college experience. He wrote his first program on an MOS Technology KIM 1 in 1979. Paul has been using Linux since 1998.
I would like to thank Paul for allowing me to post this article and I hope you enjoyed it as much as I did.
If you think that you have an article worth posting on this site please feel free to get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About the Author
Gary Newell started the Everyday Linux User blog in 2010 and has written reviews on dozens of different Linux based operating systems. He has also written a number of tutorials.
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