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Misleading story in LinuxInsider which quotes Laura DiDio’s inaccurate statements, and which inaccurately summarizes Ubuntu founder and Canonical CEO Mark Shuttleworth’s statement:
Shuttleworth himself places the emphasis of his announcement not on the open source nature of his company’s software, but on the fact that it’s distributed for free.
But what Shuttleworth actually said is not quite the same:
In the Ubuntu community, we believe that the freedom in free software is what’s powerful, not the openness of the code,
“Distributed for free” is not the same as “freedom in free software”.