Canonical’s Unity Interface Reaches Fedora

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http://www.thevarguy.com – Canonical’s open source Unity desktop has faced its share of user wrath. But in a sign that the controversial interface may finally have gained a following, it has now jumped the fence into the Fedora world, with experimental RPM packages available for Fedora 17. And that could mean big changes for the open source channel. Here’s why. In its early days, Unity — which is developed by Canonical — left a lot to be desired. When it became the default user interface for Ubuntu in April 2011, its feature set remained minimal, it lacked any serious customizability and even sim (IT news)