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Will Canonical force Linux Mint to license Ubuntu binary packages?

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The article is being quite kind when it calls the possibility of licensing "short-sighted." I think it will anger many Linux users and developers. Whether or not Canonical has the right to do it is totally beside the point. The mere fact they are considering it indicates that the company may have totally lost touch with the true spirit of the open source community.

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