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I've updated the Unity article on Wikipedia and need a better reference from the source on the Dash. However, I can't seem to find any sort of official definition of just what exactly what the dash is, anywhere on canonical.com, ubuntu.com, or Mark's blog. What the heck.

To clarify, I'm looking for a post from a source, be it Canonical or a 3rd party but reliable source, that focuses primarily on the Dash. This post comes close, but it's more of an essay on the progress of the work on Dash, rather than an intro/presentation/definition.

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did you check: askubuntu.com/questions/10228/…? –  don.joey Dec 29 '12 at 10:52
    
Yep, see a previous question of mine. –  Dan Dascalescu Dec 29 '12 at 10:56
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Whoever downvoted, please explain your rationale. –  Dan Dascalescu Dec 29 '12 at 11:02
    
I didn't downvote you (for clarity's sake). Did you try sending an email to canonical? Or try and find out on the meta site where this type of info could be found? Thanks for working on the wiki. –  don.joey Dec 29 '12 at 11:02
    
I've updated the Wikipedia article. –  Dan Dascalescu Dec 29 '12 at 11:17
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Found a description for developers at http://developer.ubuntu.com/resources/technologies/lenses-and-scopes/, but I was expecting that some sort of "Introducing Unity Dash" page existed somewhere.

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blog.canonical.com/2010/05 found by using Google –  user25656 Dec 29 '12 at 10:58
    
@vasa1: that is at most a mention in passing of the Dash, not a piece/article focused on it. In other words, I can't use it on Wikipedia as a reference. –  Dan Dascalescu Dec 29 '12 at 11:02
    
Did you go down the article to the part titled "Evolving Unity for Ubuntu Netbook Edition 10.10"? –  user25656 Dec 29 '12 at 11:34
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