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+ - Ubuntu Touch Is More Android Than Ubuntu-> 2

Submitted by sfcrazy
sfcrazy (1542989) writes "Canonical was gaga about their new tablet and phone OS. You keep hearining them taking about convergence,Qt and QML but two words you never heard was Android or CyanogenMod. It's discovered that 80% Ubuntu Touch is just Android or CyanogenMod. They are using the word done by CyanogenMod community to slap Ubuntu services on phone. Is this they way open source should be developed? Is Canonical breaking the ethics of free software?"
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Ubuntu Touch Is More Android Than Ubuntu

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  • by knorthern knight (513660) on Sunday February 24, 2013 @12:25AM (#42993721)

    One of the tests I had when applying for a job years ago was to proofread a sample letter by a secretary. This submission is a joke. Errors are in square brackets, and corrections are surrounded by asterisks.

    "Canonical was gaga about their new tablet and phone OS. You keep [hearining] ***hearing*** them [taking] ***talking*** about convergence,Qt and QML but two words you never heard [was] ***were*** Android or CyanogenMod. [It's] ***It has been*** discovered that 80% ***of*** Ubuntu Touch is just Android or CyanogenMod. They are using the [word] ***work*** done by ***the*** CyanogenMod community to slap Ubuntu services [on] ***onto a*** phone. Is this [they] ***the*** way open source should be developed? Is Canonical breaking the ethics of free software?"

  • by countach (534280)

    Err, how would it be breaking the ethics of free software? I thought that was the whole point of free software.

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