Canonical Goes It Alone with Unity
Posted May 15, 2010 18:36 UTC (Sat) by ewan
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If someone can replicate a bug on Fedora why shouldn't they be able to file them with Fedora
Because at the point that you can replicate it in multiple distributions it's clearly an upstream bug, not a Fedora bug.
Besides which, I'm not sure that's the point - surely the problem is that Canonical is selling people contracts in which they agree to support Ubuntu, despite (apparently) not having the necessary expertise to actually do that. Would you buy a support contract from them if all they're going to do with the hard problems is file a bug with Redhat? That's an awfully expensive way to avoid having to deal with bugzilla.
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