Linked by David Adams on Mon 9th Aug 2010 15:34 UTC, submitted by suka
Gnome Ubuntu's community manager Jono Bacon talks in an interview with derStandard.at about the relationship between Ubuntu and GNOME, GNOME Shell, Unity and why the netbook market is that important to Canonical.
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Manish
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2009-12-18

Not only are they pissing off upstream projects by applying patches and doing things that result in bugs that they have to look into, to add insult to injury Canonical contribute little if any code so don't understand the patches they apply in the first place.


When did applying patches downstream become bad? Everyone is allowed to take the upstream code, change it to fit their needs/vision and release it. Last I checked from Planet Earth that FOSS movement was born with the vision of changing, patching and releasing code to fit one's need.

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