On Sunday 03 December 2006 08:51, Thomas Canniot wrote:
> For open source software includes in Ubuntu that canonical
> support and which is disabled by default. Canonical supported set is
> called main. It is very roughly equivalent to Fedora Extras.
And about Fedora Linux, don't you think the FSF will come and say that
we have to say GNU/Linux ?
"Linux" is a shared name we all have, thanks to the kernel. However, a
package "Universe" is something "invented" by Canonical for the Ubuntu
project. Copying their name for our pile of packages doesn't make sense. It
confuses the marketspace a bit, and I think we'd rather not steal a Ubuntu
Release Engineer: Fedora