In the face of requests and suggestions I received, and based on the Reorganization Plan, we now have a Discord server geared to house all development and support for members, making it the fastest way of access for users using Unity , either in the current version, as well as in the previous versions (LTS) of Ubuntu itself.
As part of an effort to serve those involved in the project, Ayatun is being launched as a bilingual server, encompassing English and Portuguese and aiming to serve users in their native language. However, it should be noted that the server may be expanded to other languages, if other communities in other countries are interested in following and participating in the project.
After a while, we now have the new ISO of Ubuntu Unity Remix among us, so that interested developers and users who like a good adventure, can test and check for bugs or something that needs to be improved and fixed.
The download link is within that topic below, which was updated yesterday:
I would like to take advantage of and thank each of the members involved in this project. Right now, we are in a few people, but we will do our best to make sure everything goes smoothly.
I recommend that you clarify this doubt with @rauldipeas, , because I will still test the ISO image he created today.
The development of this project goes further than creating, testing and reporting ISO image bugs. I am a normal user, who is creating the arts, logos, wallpapers and everything related to that to give identity to the remix / flavor. I’m doing it all because I believe in this project, and even though I don’t know a lot of things right now, I’m doing what I can.
Maybe not, but you’d know how the vanilla Ubuntu Unity Desktop came to be, if you read it from the beginning. Once, that package is there, it is quite easy for anyone to install ubuntu-unity-desktop in any Ubuntu installation. There’s a person, who volunteered to create and maintain it and without him, it wouldn’t have come this far. That’s why this Ubuntu Discourse is more important than any other out there. Here, the developers help each other.
Hi, I think unity is one of the best desktops on Linux today, which is why I would have some questions to understand the future of unity:
What plans are there for support on Wayland?
Are there any plans to add new features?
At some point in the development will you join Lomiri (unity8)?
Honestly, I have been looking for unity-next for a long time, that is unity8 and now Lomiri ready on desktop, I consider it the best project on the desktop, Canonical has done a great job, to date there is no desktop really converge for various devices.