My Ubuntu 12.04 had been getting annoyingly slow during the day..
So I decided to have a terminal running top in one of my monitors at all times. I noticed that gwibber-service - gwibber is a ubuntu default application - was poping up in the top of cpu usage plenty of times.
I deleted it.
Now days after its deletion I keep seeing the process gwibber-service popping up! I kill it by its PID , but what I really want to know is why that process is running there after the application was deleted. Of course how to completely remove it won't hurt
[Update] Reverse dependancy on gwibber-service check shows these packages: gwibber-service
I think desktopcouch is responsible for this as it is what ubuntu uses to synchronize (thunderbird, ubuntu one, social media..). I really want to know why this part of gwibber is not deleted with standard uninstall. Should I report somewhere?