It’s been a heck of a month for Canonical, Ubuntu Linux’s parent company.
The company dropped its smartphone and tablet plans. This, in turn, ended to its plans to make Unity its universal default interface. Instead, Gnome will become Ubuntu’s once and future desktop. Days later, long-time CEO Jane Silber resigned in favor of the company’s founder Mark Shuttleworth.
Despite all that, Canonical hit its mark for delivering the latest release of its flagship operating system: Ubuntu 17.04.