Ubuntu News: Mark Shuttleworth Rumoured to be Returning to CEO Position
Lots of news going on at Canonical, the company behind Ubuntu Linux, recently. The latest is that founder and former CEO Mark Shuttleworth is planning to step back into the role of CEO to oversee the corporate restructuring and attempt to make the company profitable and to go through downsizing.
Why so he f**k up Canonical more, all those failed plans where of his era:
- Ubuntu fail phone
- Ubuntu fail interface
- Ubuntu snap apps or packages and moving away far away from Debian unstable repo.
The reason why Fedora/Centos works is cause of up-streaming, and Ubuntu long ago forgot about that and now they are swimming alone reinventing the wheel.