Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 27th Sep 2005 22:40 UTC, submitted by Danijel Orsolic
Ubuntu, Kubuntu, Xubuntu "This follow-up to the previously published article 'Ubuntu: Derivative or Fork?' takes into account most of everything that has been posted as a reaction to the first article to present a general opinion and compare them with facts derived from various resouces. You'll see that peace can be achieved between these two, and ultimately any GNU/Linux group out there."
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RE: "Freedom"
by Sphinx on Tue 27th Sep 2005 23:50 UTC in reply to ""Freedom""
Sphinx
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2005-07-09

but dude, it's like, for such a noble cause. In propoganda, people like freedom, say freedom and ****** often enough together, people like ******. Silence your critics, "What? You must be against freedom!"

...they can take our lives but they can never take our freedom to rebrand the work of others...

Braveheart


Use it, abuse it, change it, share the patches but I don't think anything should fork until it's dead and a respectful mourning period has passed, like xfree, or is converted into a completely different app or in a different niche at least. On the other hand the debian release cycle qualified as death.

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