You on the other hand are exhibiting classic fanboy behaviour of accusing people of "trolling" whenever they post something you disagree with. Similar tactics include: calling anything you disagree with "FUD", accusing everyone who disagrees with you of being "haters", misusing the term "ad hominem", etc.
I wouldn't even have posted in this thread if some troll hadn't trolled me, which I decided to interpret as an invitation to the discussion. So clearly, if we look at things rationally, we can see that your accusations are baseless.Nothing wrong with having a differing opinion,Dee, or being critical of something. When the criticism becomes a continual trolling bombardment, repeating the same negativity whenever canonical is mentioned, is seen as trolling, hateful,behaviour.
Also, there's nothing wrong with being negative, when there is reason to be so. Whenever I've presented a negative view of something, I've always included reasons and arguments for why I think that way. That's entirely reasonable criticism, and the fact that you refuse to acknowledge any criticism and instead dismiss all of it as "trolling" shows that you are not looking at things rationally, but rather from a fanatically emotional perspective. That's not good.
See, it's ok to like something, and it's ok to be a fan of something you like. But even if you're a fan it doesn't mean that you have to accept everything they do, and defend them from every criticism. That's irrational behaviour, and unfortunately very common - people identify themselves by what group they associate with, and you've chosen to identify yourself as a "Ubuntu user". That leads to a sort of group mentality, us-vs-them thinking, where you divide people to sides and everyone is either with you or against you. But you need to realize that nothing should ever be immune to criticism - when you put things on pedestals like that, when you refuse to think critically, you're doing a disservice not only to yourself but also to the object of your admiration.