6 comments so far...

Christopher May 05, 2008, 03:36 PM
Why blue? Regular Ubuntu uses brown, Kubuntu uses blue, why not choose a different color like green or yellow?
Vincent May 05, 2008, 03:43 PM
Hi Christopher,

The main reason is that blue is Xfce's colour. Furthermore, blue is supposed to be more professional and what not (you'd have to ask Jozsef Mak for the reasoning).

However, when picking the shades, care was taken to use a different shade of blue than Kubuntu's, so I don't think it's likely that someone confuses Xubuntu with Kubuntu :)

Orville Acefomiquz May 13, 2008, 04:00 AM
I love Blue very much,but Blue Air&Yellow Earth is better.
Marcio May 21, 2008, 12:32 AM
Como posso fazer pra adquerir eo xubuntu

Carlos June 17, 2008, 04:35 PM
gostaria de saber os requisitos minimos para intalar o xubunto, e se ele esta disponivel em português (Br)?
Joe October 20, 2008, 09:24 PM
But green is better for the eyes, thus for productivity. Blue is so sterile. Windows (XP) are blue, KDE is blue, IBM is blue, even Mac is blue...
Add a comment...
Your name:
Your e-mail:

About 23

About 23
What is 23 and who's behind the service?
Just In
Discover the world from a different angle.
Here's a crop of the latest photos from the around the world.
Search photos from users using 23
Help / Discussion
Get help or share your ideas to make 23 better
23 Blog / 23 on Twitter
Messages and observations from Team 23
Terms of use
What can 23 be used for and what isn't allowed
More services from 23
We also help people use photo sharing in their professional lives
  • Basque (ES)
  • Bulgarian (BG)
  • Chinese (CN)
  • Chinese (TW)
  • Danish (DK)
  • Dutch (NL)
  • English (US)
  • French (FR)
  • Galician (ES)
  • German (DE)
  • Italian (IT)
  • Norwegian (NO)
  • Polish (PL)
  • Portuguese (PT)
  • Russian (RU)
  • Spanish (ES)
  • Swedish (SE)

Popular photos right now