The recent release of Ubuntu has had some good coverage in many media publications (online, print, radio and even TV) but it’s always interesting to read the comments people leave on the blogs.
While reading the comments in New Ubuntu Linux release is easy, sexy (at BoingBoing.net), I came across this remark:
I hate MS as much as the next guy. But Linux is not really a viable option for the vast, vast, vast majority of computer users. People who can’t see that are simply blinded by freetard ideology.
Freetard ideology ?
I now realize I have been a greentard too.
All jokes aside, I think it’s important as Ubuntu users, developers, advocates and enterprise decision makers, we ask ourselves “what would make the people that don’t like Ubuntu actually try it and end up using it full time for all their computing needs ?“. I mean, other than being the proud parents of someone working for Canonical
Let’s pause for a moment and think real hard about that.