"Perhaps it's just me, but I'm having a difficult time
understanding Mark Shuttleworth, the Ubuntu founder, when he
figured that openly trying to recruit developers from other Linux
projects was a good idea. Doing so in a mailing list in the manner
that he did was, to be brutally honest, in very poor taste. As luck
would have it, the response has not been too exciting thus far.
"Only for Ubuntu, Right? In recent discussions that I have had
regarding Mark's comments on the OpenSUSE mailing list, I found
myself wondering if he was trying to serve the greater good of his
own Linux distribution project. After all, surely he couldn't have
known that the response that we was going to receive in return
would have turned so sour so quickly...?"
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