You can add another name to the board members leaving Ubuntu steward Canonical:Neil Levine, the executive in charge of the Linux's cloud and server maturation. He has left Canonical for a six-man, venture-capital funded start up called Soba Labs currently in stealth mode and working on cloud systems management. Levine is a co- …
New Corporate direction
As Private Fraser would say...
We're Doomed I Tell Ye. We're Doomed.
Ok, mines the one with a copy of a Dad's Army DVD in the pocket.
Don't panic Mr Shuttleworth!
They don't like it .rpm!
I've decided to move away from *ubuntu
Canonical is gettin silly, won't be using *ubuntu for personal or professional use any more.
Whilst I hope
Whilst I hope that one of these departing people has got Unity in their pocket, I hope even more that the future of Ubuntu is secure.
"Canonical was not available to comment at the time of writing. "
Maybe the PR people quit too :D
They're looking for a new COO?
I'll do it. By the looks of the current release the job description is "sit around and pick your nose". For that kind of salary I'll eat my own bogies. So long as I can work from home.
A walk in the clouds ...
...followed by a crash to the earth. News at 11.
and talking of security..
I was somewhat surprised to find that by varying 1 or 2 characters of a share someone elses share could be accessed. Surely this ain't right or proper?!
Looks to me like Shuttleworth's "My way or the highway" attitude is starting to ruffle a few feathers.
There going Corperate!
The writing is all over the wall guys, I've seen this before. Selling a company in this way is the results you see. When investors come in and start running the show the way they feel it should be, the first people to go is upper management. This is the end of ubuntu as we new it. Many times upper management leave on statements to peruse other things its there way of getting out without the "fired" attached to it but the truth is ubuntu has fallen by way of redhat. I am so sorry this has happened and have since left ubuntu as a long time user since 6 was released and moved to linuxmint debian xfce.
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