Combine Xubuntu, Kubuntu, Ubuntu into one sign now

Ubuntu is arguably the most popular and most user friendly Linux based operating system available today. It is a great contribution to the Linux community and a voice to potential users. It seems that more and more people are using Linux each year, simply because of the great strides Ubuntu has made in the community. Although Ubuntu has brought much more attention to the open source community, a change is in order to bring more new prospects.

Though Ubuntu has attracted many new Linux users and contributors, it seems that it has become nothing short of a means for a beginner to get his/her feet wet. True, it does offer choice, and thus freedom for new users, but just the same not enough. Gnome has proved a stable and reliable desktop, boasting its ease of use. But with the advancements in the K Desktop Environment, the time has come for more attention to be paid. The KDE team has provided major developments for new users, as well as more customizable options for intermediate and advanced users. It offers integrated desktop effects, and an overall smooth appearance. Countless other advancements are contributing to the desktops growth.

Though Ubuntu has divided itself into several different segments (Kubuntu, Xubuntu, Edubuntu and Gobuntu), these segments attract much less attention than they should. These segments convey the image of side projects. This, in turn, lowers their value to users and contributors alike.

This demand is put fourth to combine the powers of Gnome, KDE, and XFCE into one powerful, intuitive package that is Ubuntu. This new choice will be available to users upon installing the operating system (on a live DVD). With each option on the DVD install disc, a brief description of each desktop environment as well as a few screenshots will be available to the user. Likewise, separate live CDs will be available in all of the different desktop flavors. This change will also pool efforts for the operating system as a whole, thus leaving no DE in the dark.

The time has come for this change, which has been well on its way! Tell Canonical and the Linux community how you feel! If you agree with this change, please sign the petition!

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