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Thread: Paper Cut Bugs Coming Back For Ubuntu 10.10

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    Default Paper Cut Bugs Coming Back For Ubuntu 10.10

    Phoronix: Paper Cut Bugs Coming Back For Ubuntu 10.10

    Last year a project came about within the Ubuntu community of addressing paper cuts, or small usability bugs that often are trivial but normally are ignored by developers. With Ubuntu 9.10 they targeted 100 paper cuts ranging from notifications being too small to the spell checker not recognizing the "Ubuntu" term. The idea of addressing 100 paper cuts again came up for Ubuntu 10.04 LTS and to date the Ubuntu developers have addressed 178 "paper cuts" in total. The Canonical Design blog has announced that again there will be the paper cuts project for Ubuntu 10.10 (a.k.a. The Maverick Meerkat)...

    http://www.phoronix.com/vr.php?view=ODM1NQ

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    That doesn't sound like a small bug.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Remco View Post
    That doesn't sound like a small bug.
    only smal bugs care?

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    First papercut: window close buttons got moved to the left by default

    Second papercut: horrible shade of purple by default, even in terminals - it took 5 or 6 releases before they came up with a nice brown theme, will it really take another 5 before they figure out a decent purple colour scheme?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Qaridarium View Post
    only smal bugs care?
    "small usability bugs"

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