We have the Ubuntu Satanic Edition and many other cool editions of Ubuntu, but there is not Ubuntu Masonic Edition or a Rosicrucian edition? Why is this so? There should be a flavor of Ubuntu that caters for everyone, even an Illuminati or Scientology edition for Tom Cruise fans. There is an Islamic edition of Ubuntu named Sabily; this includes software to keep track of prayer times and fitting wallpapers with Arabic text. But a Masonic edition might be very popular if it was done right and included lots of fitting artwork. How about it? Will someone make this a reality or not? The Islamic Edition has beautiful wallpapers and GDM themes and a new Scientology edition could be just as popular. The Scientology movement is quite big in America; all of the celebrities follow it and although the lore is a bit strange to say the least, especially Dianetics, at least is not too harmful. If the celebrities want to waste massive amounts of money following the teachings of Lord L Ron Hubbard, then more power to them. It is their money anyway, so why not?
But we should get an Ubuntu Masonic Edition. That would be very popular; possibly more so than the Satanic Edition is. The Ubuntu Masonic Edition would bring a new dimension to the already popular Ubuntu distribution, and a Rosicrucian edition also would add to the popularity. Linux Mint is ranking highly when we talk about less frustration caused by the desktop and the decision to add Amazon ads into the Ubuntu distribution, but these are things that can be negated by installing another more suitable desktop such as Xfce4 or KDE. Try using sudo apt-get install xubuntu-desktop and installing a desktop that will actually span properly across dual monitors. Then the Linux desktop is more usable. Just because Unity is the desktop environment that is pimped all over the web as the default desktop environment does not mean that you have to actually use it at all. MATE and Cinnamon are both better desktop environments to install for the keen Linux user.