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On 2020-03-01 20:32, Brett Cornwall wrote:
I believe that Canonical is related here because, like TDC, the proposal appears to be that a for-profit entity be given exclusive rights to a trademark to a supposed community-owned product. Like TDC, Canonical's founding idealized Shuttleworth's pessimism that free software could survive without a for-profit entity as its protector.

Correction: Could *not* survive without a for-profit entity as its protector.

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