Dhruv Mittal

Some guy with a bunch of opinions. Let's see what he wants.
He's harmless, honest.

Usually when I install a huge number of packages from a repository that isn’t very official, I’m satisfied if the end-product even barely works. Today, the maintainer of this Unity-for-Arch repository made my day.
How?
They have an eye for detail. Today, a minor update replaced the big blue A for Arch logo on the dash launcher with the new swirly styled launched Ubuntu’s using. But they didn’t stop there- I would probably have either left the original ubuntu graphic on it, or perhaps replaced it with the previously mentioned arch logo already in use. This brave person designed and quietly pushed out their own version of the archlinux icon styled in the manner of the ubuntu icon. 
Thank you.

Usually when I install a huge number of packages from a repository that isn’t very official, I’m satisfied if the end-product even barely works. Today, the maintainer of this Unity-for-Arch repository made my day.

How?

They have an eye for detail. Today, a minor update replaced the big blue A for Arch logo on the dash launcher with the new swirly styled launched Ubuntu’s using. But they didn’t stop there- I would probably have either left the original ubuntu graphic on it, or perhaps replaced it with the previously mentioned arch logo already in use. This brave person designed and quietly pushed out their own version of the archlinux icon styled in the manner of the ubuntu icon. 

Thank you.