The Mac-ifying of the Linux Desktop | Linux.com

This kind of puts things in perspective. No matter what it looks like, Linux is always going to be Linux:

Once you give some of these distributions a try, you quickly come to realize that some are simply a standard GNOME (in most cases) desktop with a Dock and a Panel. Once you get beyond the theme of the desktop, there is little OS X to be found. You won’t find iTunes or any of the other software stacks that draw people to Mac. What you will find is the standard Linux software. And that is nothing to hide. In fact (outside of the desire to look like OS X), when you examine the single most common goal of all of the OS X clones to have come and gone, you have one common goal:

Beauty.

The Mac-ifying of the Linux Desktop | Linux.com