I can see what Canonical are trying to do. But at this point in time their main flavoured desktop runs like a piece of crap. The six-month release cycle really isn't helping them much at all. Glad I changed distros when I did.
As someone said earlier: Red Hat is certainly contributing more code (now), and Canonical could maybe do more contributing code (and making it easier for others to contribute to their code...), but that doesn't mean Canonical doesn't contribute anything at all.
Last edited by JanC; 11-08-2012 at 06:24 PM.
Is it just me or is ubuntu seems to be trying hard to go forward without having much substance underneath it.
Last edited by Leslie508; 11-08-2012 at 09:20 PM.