I'm really in love with Ubuntu but I'm not used to Gwibber, for some reason.
I can't remove gwibber without removing the
Is it safe to remove it, without ruining my desktop?
Yes, it is completely safe. The ubuntu-desktop package is just a metapackage, which means that it has nothing in it, just dependencies. To remove, simply type this into a Terminal (Unity dash->Terminal) window:
Hope this helps!
To remove an account from Gwibber: Open Gwibber, click "Edit > Accounts" on the global menu (hover over the top of the screen where you see the title and the menu will show) A window should pop up named "Online Accounts". Click on the site of the account then click "Remove account."
To uninstall Gwibber (or any other piece of software): Open the "Ubuntu Software Center", search "Gwibber", click on the result, and click "Remove".
I used the Software-Centre to remove Gwibber but the API thingy still launched my browser and asked for Facebook login details there. Not sure if it was related but it would be a coincidence if it wasn't because it never done it before.
My browser stopped launching by itself.