Microsoft's Windows Marketplace: "Ubuntu is perfect!"

Groklaw has noted that for the last few days, Microsoft has been distributing Ubuntu Desktop Linux from the Windows Marketplace Website. The page is gone now, but can still — as of this morning — be seen using Google Cache. 'The part Microsoft got wrong is it says the license is "Free" and "No limitations". […]

Groklaw has noted that for the last few days, Microsoft has been distributing Ubuntu Desktop Linux from the Windows Marketplace Website. The page is gone now, but can still — as of this morning — be seen using Google Cache.

'The part Microsoft got wrong is it says the license is "Free" and "No limitations". Actually, the GPL does set some limitations, like what you are responsible to do if you redistribute.'

Source:→ Slashdot

Microsoft Windows Marketplace, Ubuntu, Linux

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