If anyone’s missing Ubuntu GNOME then all they have to do is install Ubuntu and add the vanilla-gnome-desktop package and they have what Ubuntu GNOME would have looked like if it still existed at the time of the 18.04 release.
I’m only posting this as I’ve come across a few users on the forums that don’t know that this option is available. to them. May be it should be publicised more? Anyway, Ubuntu GNOME as a flavour will cease to exist once support of 16.04 ends in April 2019.
@wxl, so why wasn’t Ubuntu GNOME included in the poll?
Edit: it was, as an inactive flavour.