I would like to propose a more simplistic installer for the ubuntu live cd installer. I think that the old installer is a little "heavy". I also think that installers should just do an installation. The installers should not be overloaded with "graphical charms". Also, a more minimal installer would allow easier installation in a netbook, where the screen is not big enough to fit the ubuntu installer window. Finally, I think this design will be more accessible for disabled people, because it uses more texts than images.
---Sorry for my bad English. I am not a native English speaker---
The Ubiquity installed is very good at what it does and has many people in mind when using it from beginner to expert alike... If you have programming skills then why not take what already exists and change it to a text-only installed and see how it goes...
@linuxlalala: "If you do not like my idea, please delete it and DON'T VOTE!"
If you disallowed negative votes, how would you tell whether or not the idea was generally accepted? The whole point is to allow votes for, votes against, and abstentions.
A modern UI is expected to be eye-catching, easy to use, and attractive. While Solution #1 is easy to use, it is neither eye-catching nor attractive; it looks clunky and old-fashioned. This is not suitable for Ubuntu's target audience.
If the Ubuntu installer does not fit on your netbook screen, please raise this as a bug rather than on Brainstorm.