Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 14th Sep 2010 22:42 UTC
Ubuntu, Kubuntu, Xubuntu If there's one consistent piece of criticism that gets lobbed in Canonical's and Mark Shuttleworth's direction, it's that they do not contribute enough code - or anything else for that matter - to the Free software world. Mark Shuttleworth has apparently had enough, and has written a very, very lengthy blog post detailing how he feels about this criticism.
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dacresni
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2009-08-26

Um WHAT? thats a crude analagy. Its not like they didn't open source their code contributions. Im sure the first thing they've contributed in the 'Big Code Drop' method has to be the multitouch. Is it well documented? Is it integratable in other distros? Otherwise, (https://launchpad.net/lazr ) the parts of launchpad and their contrizutions to gnome.

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felipec Member since:
2007-09-25

Um WHAT? thats a crude analagy. Its not like they didn't open source their code contributions. Im sure the first thing they've contributed in the 'Big Code Drop' method has to be the multitouch. Is it well documented? Is it integratable in other distros? Otherwise, (https://launchpad.net/lazr ) the parts of launchpad and their contrizutions to gnome.


Microsoft also has open source code, that doesn't mean they collaborate.

Linux already has multi-touch; it's called MPX. Ubuntu is yet again not collaborating and going in an entirely different direction.

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jptros Member since:
2005-08-26

Ubuntu is yet again not collaborating and going in an entirely different direction.


READ:

It's free to do what you want with it as long as you do what we want with it.

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