Open Source Tea Party
The Open Source Tea Party is a group of angry, closed-minded individuals who refuse to appreciate the work Canonical does for humanity's benefit. They don't have any viable technical criticism. They attack Ubuntu and Mir on purely political grounds and are working towards a hidden agenda. Canonical will only enjoy reviews, feedback and suggestions for improvement from smart people. Canonical recommends that you stop bitching about Mir and direct your angry and attention toward Red Hat and Systemd. Red Hat is making a profit while Canonical is losing money (but that'll change when people realize how wonderful a Linux desktop and tablet is), and you should hate anyone with more money than you.
- "Quantal, raring, saucy…" – Mark Shuttleworth's blog
- "Ubuntu 14.04 Codename Revealed, Mir Haters Attacked" – Phoronix
- "In our forums alone are nearly 130 comments to Mark's blog post and another 70 comments in another thread so far. " – Phoronix
- "Mark Shuttleworth labels Mir opponents 'the Open Source Tea Party'" – The Register
- We make mistakes, but it's okay, because we address everything. Oh, and they won't happen again. (Comments are closed.) – Mark Shuttleworth's blog
- "Mark Shuttleworth Sends Out Apologies" – Phoronix
- "Shuttleworth sorry for 'Open source Tea Party' jibe" – The Register
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