Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 11th Dec 2006 19:41 UTC, submitted by Matt D.
Ubuntu, Kubuntu, Xubuntu "Perhaps it's just me, but I'm having a difficult time understanding Mark Shuttleworth, the Ubuntu founder, when he figured that openly trying to recruit developers from other Linux projects was a good idea. Doing so in a mailing list in the manner that he did was, to be brutally honest, in very poor taste. As luck would have it, the response has not been too exciting thus far."
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manmist
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2005-12-18

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To Mark and all Linux developers and companies, people who take time to generate bug reports, and anyone else I forgot: Thank You for giving us a free alternative to proprietary software. "

Ubuntu itself is proprietary software. They have been installing proprietary and possibly illegal kernel modules in every release by default

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MattPie Member since:
2006-04-18

Ubuntu itself is proprietary software. They have been installing proprietary and possibly illegal kernel modules in every release by default.

Saves me the trouble of doing it myself after every kernel upgrade...

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