Because of its flexibility due to its much larger audience from consumer to enterprise marketing, Ubiquity will not be enough because it is too basic.
The second phase of the Linux revolution - on the desktop - has begun. May it take the world by storm over the next 10 years!
How much different than say Apple OS X aside paying for the cost?
I have been waiting quite some time for a major distro to have something wayland ready... this is a good start. Here's hoping it is great.
I missed the whole part of the article about canonical... apparently others did not, so I won't comment on that.
I will try this one, I was not inclined to try Rebeca Black distro.
While I agree some users who like to use a system that has the latest packages etc., for more casual users I would argue that having consistent install that doesn’t require upgrading to a new version (and the baggage that can bring) is far more important for them.