Software Sources are now integrated into "System Settings" (Oneiric Ocelot)
Along with the new GNOME 3's arrival in Ubuntu 11.10, some important options such as changing the GTK theme, selecting a desired font, etc have, at least until now, disappeared forcing the user to use tools like dconf-editor (we should keep in mind, Oneiric is just an ALPHA stage at the moment).
A recent update brought Software Sources (available via the Update Manager, too) integration into the System Settings, and, it seems, that this is the place where probably some future tools (an improved GNOME Tweak Tool, a new GUI, etc) will land, following Deja-Dup's and Software Sources' example.
The good news is the new patch (present in Oneiric) that allows implementation of external panels into the System Settings, making this app suitable for any kind of easy adding of "stuff".
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