Prometto che questo e’ il mio ultimo post sull’argomento. Dopo la “risposta” di Mark Shuttleworth alle critiche sulla questione Banshee scrivo solo per segnalarvi due post interessanti, due post opposti, li presento entrambi poi sarete voi a farvi un’opinione.
Il primo post “pro-Canonical“ e’ di b1ackcr0w:
“although the sums of money at this moment in time aren’t huge, it’s the potential future market that’s important. Love them or hate them, Ubuntu have big ambitions for the desktop market, and they are just about the only credible group placed to achieve them at this moment in time. It’s a lot better for everybody that they get issues with their revenue streams sorted while they’re 5 figure sums than waiting till they’re 7 figure amounts and it all has to go to litigation.”
Il secondo post “contro-Canonical“ e’ di Lucas Nussbaum:
“we now have several proofs that Ubuntu isn’t a volunteer-driven project, and that volunteer contributors should really decide whether they are OK with working for free for Canonical, or if their free time would be better spent on other projects where they actually have a chance to influence decisions.”