Status: Stable built on Ubuntu 16.04.1 LTS
- Based on Ubuntu 16.04.1
- Gnome 3.18
- Fixes to Language pack installation (gnome-control-center) and ibus support
- kernel 4.4
- Work spaces and dock static, workspaces enhanced with taskbars
This was a simple OS mod to use, it looked good and had no problems. There was a few minor issues that can easily be fix in future versions: The install icon is the default one and very low resolution, this is easy to change, get it's path from the existing install icon. There was an empty VirtualBox .deb file in Documents folder. The Ubuntu App Store text is unreadable with the default theme, the font is light grey on a white background, it's fine when you select them, but makes it harder to find things. I noticed the Live disk is defaulting to your own locale, if gnome supports getting locations it would be good to include this in future versions, I don't really need to know if it's raining at your place :P You need to include in your file collection the best tool you think we should use for generating a bootable USB from Windows - I used LiLi, but it didn't give me the ability to set the Persistent file for your mod, it only seems to function with official releases. You mentioned that you would be including WINE with your release, if not can you at least make sure to include it's dev repository as they are usually quite stable and having the latest WINE is pretty handy.