Canonical, the organization behind popular Linux distribution Ubuntu, is working alongside the Chinese government to deliver a state-endorsed operating system.
According to Canonical, it's working alongside the Chinese Ministry of Industry and Information Technology to bring a suitable Ubuntu version to China.
Ubuntu Kylin is part of a broader strategy on China's part to increase the adoption of open-source initiatives in the country, according to Canonical.
China's ministry was deciding between several different Linux distributions before ultimately choosing Ubuntu.
China chooses Ubuntu as state-endorsed operating system | Business Tech - CNET News
Tuesday, March 26, 2013
Fact fans will know that this is only the third redesign of the Software Center logo.
The out-going design faced a barrage of criticism on its arrival – it’ll be interesting to see if such strong feelings greet this latest version.
New Ubuntu Software Center Icon Arrives in Raring | OMG! Ubuntu!