When do you expect the new icon to become universal?
A month has passed since this change and I still have the same menu button in the upper right corner, the website favicon is still the same, and most of the usage on the website including the old banners and badges are all still the same. Maybe a capable intern could handle this so you guys can continue to concentrate on finishing Sync and all the other stuff in the works?
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They were doing this when Obama was in office too, politics is irrelevant here, this is about control and greed. Neither party believes in true privacy, the head of the FBI has publicly stated Americans should only expect a 'reasonable' amount of privacy without giving any standards as to what that might entail, it is a big sick joke at this point.
@oulenz: You touch upon something important here. The Linux world would be greatly empowered if there was a standardized software packaging system across all distributions. You could have individualized front-end environments, as there is now, but think of the synergy that would be realized if the underlying packaging engine and file format was standardized, making all (or most) software available on all distributions. This standardized format would include repository locations, and any software dependencies needed to install a given package. Software companies would only have to provide source and ONE binary distribution of their software, which would be understood by all distributions of linux. It would empower everybody- developers, software distributors, system integrators, and end users.