When you enter ubuntu.com. You're welcomed to a nice, informative and clean webpage.
But there is something wrong there, you can't read the word Linux anywhere. You keep navigating on the website without seeing a single mention it.
What's even more baffling is entering various Ubuntu Server pages and not seeing "Linux". Doesn't Canonical think that would help promote their server edition?
How does Canonical expect to be a major Linux provider when they don't even bother to inform that THEY ARE A LINUX PROVIDER?!
Major links without any reference to GNU/Linux.
All major distros and enterprise Linux providers have "Linux" written all over their webpages. For some strange reason they seem to be proud of it.
Ubuntu is weakening the Linux brand. Ubuntu owes this to GNU/Linux. Ubuntu will never be bigger than GNU/Linux, no matter how popular it gets.
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