The H reports
on Mark Shuttleworth's question and answer session
that was part of Ubuntu Open Week. "Because he wants a singular user experience, Shuttleworth is also not considering the proposal to make application defaults configurable at installation. 'One of the really strong values we have is that two users of Ubuntu should, by default, either be having the same experience, or be expert enough to understand why they are not'. He sees benefits in the common user experience allowing users to help each other more easily; 'They can help each other, just talking about "the browser" ... 'for the beginning, out of the box experience, we benefit a lot from keeping it tight'.
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