Freedom means infinite customisation and the Ubuntu community has been quick to cater to diversity with specialised distros for all manner of niche markets. So it was only a matter of time before Gaybuntu, or unofficial “GLBT Linux” came along. Produced by Gaylinux, yes Gaylinux does sound better, GLBT Ubuntu can be downloaded from http://gaylinux.googlepages.com/home
“This is the first gay linux testing release based on the very stable release of Ubuntu Jaunty and Linux Mint. I hope you find the operating system pleasant to use as we strive as a community to make it a beautiful, simple linux experience. Please tell me what you like or don’t like, and I will take your consideration seriously.
For ease of use I removed compiz for it was interfering with some video overlay, and open office. I replaced open office with abiword and gnumeric. I also added frozen bubble and made some nice backgrounds for aislriot card game. There is an increase in performance as a result. I created a purple theme just for GBLT Linux and added some nice backgrounds,” says the maintainer Bret Colin
Good Luck Bret.