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Linux Mint Agree Amazon Revenue Share

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Linux Mint have agreed to split the revenue generated from Banshee’s MP3 Store plugin with ‘upstream’.

Mint had earlier changed the stock affiliate code, which provides the Banshee project with a small % from the sale of each track, to that of their own.

In a U-turn, following unease in the Linux community, Linux Mint have agreed to split the revenue stream with Banshee equally.

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Banshee’s MP3 Store plugin

The money belongs to whomever the Banshee developers want it to go to. It does not belong to Ubuntu nor Mint. Anyone taking a cut is a damn no good thief.

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