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Canonical? No.

Canonical? No.

Posted Jun 29, 2009 20:17 UTC (Mon) by job (guest, #670)
In reply to: Canonical? No. by asdlfiui788b
Parent article: Developer statistics for 2.6.30

You mean they lose money on it. :)

I will save any judgement on Canonical or any other company until they have black figures. Until then, the process is not yet sustainable and matters little in the long run.


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Canonical? No.

Posted Aug 12, 2009 19:22 UTC (Wed) by snadrus (guest, #60224) [Link]

Important point!
If [their organization cannot persist (which is true if they live in the red)] then
anyone requesting more from them could at-best see short-term benefits until they run out of cash reserves.

They've enhanced the open source desktop with Upstart & invited more independent developers to open source with Quickly and Launchpad.


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