Ubuntu Developer Summit event held last week held several talks and sessions, and one of them was given by Thomas Bushnell, a developer working for Google and spoke precisely as this distribution is widely used in the company .
first stated that “Precise cool ” (“Precise Rocks “) and then talk about many Google employees who do Using Ubuntu . Not only developers, but also managers, software engineers, translators, and both people who have experience in Unix / Linux as it does not.
Goobuntu, as indicated in UbuntuVibes, is the version of Ubuntu that is used in Google and is based on LTS versions of the distro from Canonical. Not seem to make changes to the default interface, but it does add a own authentication system and an internal system like launchpad repository.
The conference also added that Google employees tend to use KDE as a desktop environment, although some use Unity developers and others, of course, ask to be removed for Unity and GNOME 3 install xmonad. Certainly, a statement and an interesting chat you can see in its entirety in the video below.
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