Re: Comparing to Fedora / Comparing to Red Hat

Date: 2015-11-20 12:42 am (UTC)
From: (Anonymous)
The above explanation seems to be illogical because Red Hat brand has more to "offer" than merely what would Fedora have - e. g. all their other applications or products based on license models.

The subscription does not refer to being able to redistribute content.

On the other hand, the claim that emails that include the word "ubuntu" would also have to be removed, is not logical. These emails are just factual targets, a brand name is not part of an email - who came up with this idea other than the author claiming this here?

Censorship does not apply to email addresses.
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