Great...Kubuntu will probably die or flounder now after Canonical puts them on the road side. If they're complaining about it not being "successful" they have only themselves to blame as they never really devoted as much love to KDE as Gnome/Unity. Sadly, I think it's because of that choice that KDE always worked better (at least for me) than Ubuntu. Come to think of it...Ubuntu is the only version I ever had problems I didn't create myself or that I couldn't understand or fix occur. I really hope this isn't a sign of Gnome/Unity becoming the "big 2".
Sorry Transhour but I had to let that out and remind you that people still look forward to this thread even if they are a couple of days behind.
NP, I've just been busy for the last couple of days, didn't have time to actually gather up or read any of the news. Plus OSS/Linux isn't all that interesting all the time :), so its hard to find the really "good" articles that just stand out from the other cookie cuttter nonsense/opinionated news that there is.