Our mission has been to
- Create a linux distribution which doesn’t scare new users, which fully supports the Asus Eee and gives the user the best software available – even if it isn’t open source and to
- build a big community who both cares and contributes back to the project.
- With the release of Ubuntu Eee 8.04.1, this task is completed. Ubuntu Eee is easy to install, easy to learn and easy to use.
- The newest statistics show that the community really cares about Ubuntu Eee and contributes greatly back to the project.
Increasing our scope
People have been asking if Ubuntu Eee can be run on other netbooks, like the Acer Aspire One. While it might run, the Aspire One isn’t supported. Our new mission is to
- fully support all netbooks and be the obious choice of OS for new netbook owners
The branding wasn’t suppost to be changed untill Ubuntu Eee 9.04, but it has now been proponed because of the email from Canonical.