Let's take a very successful British (BBC) or Danish TV show, they are sold abroad and this money helps finance the next production.
Making all public or licence funded productions available EU wide or even globally available will cause some damage.
OK, even a Renault is more intuitive than KDE, but you get my point...
Yes it is horrible if you are afflicted with this sensitivity but I am really wondering why it is ONLY on UK TV that you are warned about an upcoming item with 'flash photography'.
Is this sensitivity outside of the UK so rare as to not be a concern?
Or do the sufferers in other countries just turn away their eyes when they notice the offending picture?
Is not guaranteed from private organizations.
In the Free World but not in the USofA.
Around my ways we even have Freedom of Information!
After clicking on "More info" for some of the ones I don't know, I see "License: Unknown" and "Updates: Unknown". Basically, I am given the option to install software for which I have no idea what the license is.
Now that is wrong by any Linux and FS standard.
Another quote from TFA:
When clicking on "Books and magazines", there is a long list that is confused by the fact that 1) Some of the titles are not in English
Duuuhhhh, only a minority of people speak English, yes it is since the end of WWII the De Facto Lingua Franca of this world but why the hell would we translate everything in English?
Yes there are reasons to promote Free Software and this shop is clearly not doing it's part as seen from the Free Software movement.
But hey, it's run by a commercial entity, what else do you expect?
B.t.w, I'm more upset about the way Ubuntu (Shuttleworth) has recently been treating Jonathan Ridell and by proxy Kubuntu and KDE.
"If a computer can't directly address all the RAM you can use, it's just a toy." -- anonymous comp.sys.amiga posting, non-sequitir