I am back on Ubuntu.
It was definitely a quick change, yeah. I don't really even know what had came over me or the real core reason I switched back. I can probably make up a lot of excuses, but hell, I just plain old switched back.
Well for one thing, the weekly update had came around for my Sabayon install. Sabayon is a rolling release distro, so I didn't really have a clear way of telling whether or not these packages were stable or something might break pieces of my system.
I'll admit, that got me a little worried.
I'll also admit I didn't take the time I should have to have checked out Rigo (Sabayon's binary package manger) to see if it would give me any nice notifications as to what might change or not. That is of course a fault on my part.
Now yeah, that is a little strange, since in my last post I had said it was a 'distro for hanging out with the guys'. Keep in mind, though, I was under that assumption from the Linux Action Show review-- which leaves me curious if they had the forums and/or IRC channel.
So those teeny weeny sidebits put some distance between Sabayon and I.
Ubuntu looks like it is friggin' booming.
I don't know what the hell happened, but all of a sudden when I switch to a new distro some new cool stuff comes out for the one I just left.
Ubuntu just kinda seems... alive.
I am starting to see it more, too: Unity is really going places. I think I might just have to change some hotkeys, then maybe I could put up with the microscopic delay to bring up the Dash. I feel like to be in a booming community with a lot of new innovation, maybe I should be rocking Ubuntu with Unity.
I'm back on.