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Old 03-15-2011, 05:10 AM   #1
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LXer: Elementary OS Beta Reviewed - Very Polished, Minor Niggles

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I concede that I am a big fan of Elementary Project and the goodies it brought to the Linux desktop eco system. I also accept the fact that, reviewing a developer only preview of an application and calling it "not ready yet" is kind of self defeating. But the kind of expectations a project like Elementary OS carries around makes it vulnerable to close scrutinisation at every level. Consider this as one such *very* early Elementary OS review.



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