I appreciate the fact he said it was a mistake, but the fact remains that he very easily jumped on the popular press bandwagon against them. It showed a side of him that is disappointing as I normally considered him more thoughtful.
This comment serves to undermine Shuttleworth and therefore Ubuntu. So much for all inclusiveness...now your true colors are coming through.
When the IRS targets you, its the fault of that pesky troublesome IRS.
It's as if none of these agencies are under Obama's control. His worshipers continue to believe "he'd fix these problems if only he could. Poor guy...suffering from those crazy Republicans in the House" I cannot believe the free ride our fascist president is getting...
With no tweaks on my laptop they boot in a little under 4 seconds. They run screaming fast with only 512M of RAM and take up a couple gig of drivespace.
Whatever hassles you'll create by optimizing something will never be worth the improvement. Time to move on...nothing to see here...
Its also funny to note that install base of Ubuntu has taken a nose dive in the last year(two?).
Got any data to support this?
Didn't think so.
Got a new Ubuntu laptop from them recently...its terrific.
where your Ubuntu will be far from "free and open" and just another android-like-for-the-desktop
Been with Ubuntu since 6.04 and I've got everyone I know on it. It would be my dream come true to see it become android-for-the-desktop.
When the pipeline of innovation dries up, call in lawyers.
Steve Balmer, CEO, Apple, Inc.