Bye to Unbuntu
Anthony M Simonelli
a.simonelli at sbcglobal.net
Sat Jan 6 18:53:36 UTC 2007
On Sat, 2007-01-06 at 17:17 +0100, Knapp wrote:
> Are you saying you're going to use OpenSuse instead of Ubuntu? I
> couldn't leave the Debian based distros. If I were ever to leave
> Ubuntu, it would be for Debian. I just like running a current desktop
> and current Gnome, which Ubuntu provides.
> On Sat, 2007-01-06 at 10:19 -0500, Julian Alarcon wrote:
> > JEJE, and I chose Ubuntu 3 Months ago upper Opensuse.. JEJEJE..
> Saying goodbye to Ubuntu for some other distro is one thing but Suse?
> Is that not a bit like getting on the titanic after it hits the
> iceberg? Sure it is a nice ship with a good design but?
There are people who question Shuttleworth and Canonical's motive behind
Ubuntu and the "corporate involvement" makes people suspicious, but
openSuse? I tried out 10.2 and I actually had to agree to a license
agreement from Novell! The only times I've had to do that was for
Lin/Freespire (understandable), Fedora and openSuse. This doesn't seem
'free' to me. OpenSuse seems like one of those distros that assumes the
user is clueless and tries to do everything for the user automagically
and is heavily customized while Ubuntu seems to stay a hacker distro
while being a convenient Debian. Am I totally off or does anyone agree?
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