Monthly Archives: August 2005
“In this particular case, though, the naming issue seems rather to distract attention from freedom, so I’d rather focus the attention back where it belongs,” [Stallman] said. But no, he’s not getting it. He’s talking about the “Linux trademark fracas”, … Continue reading
The deepest and most insightful comment I have ever read on OS News goes something like this: “Yes, it’s brown. So is chocolate. (Which makes sense because Ubuntu is the Godiva of Linux distros.)” What a stunning thought.
Havoc, the main thrust of your response was about valuing design skills in the development process. Note that I didn’t question this at all in my entry, and I explicitly distanced my comments from the specifics of the notifications discussion … Continue reading
John, I agree that Davyd’s reaction to this has been somewhat unproductive. However, I have resisted blogging about it for most of the day because I tend to feel the same way. Note that it really has nothing to do … Continue reading
Some of our users go beyond the call of duty. Dominic White of Rhodes University in South Africa is currently pursuing the Ubuntu T-Shirt Challenge. Ingrid Brant explains the game: The bet, lodged with Hilton Theunissen, of the Shuttleworth Foundation … Continue reading