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Ubuntu to adopt Linspire's CNR-service

Linspire and Ubuntu, are talking about collaborating to offer Linspire's CNR (Click-N-Run) application download service to Ubuntu users.
Read about it here on DekstopLinux

I wonder how the $20 fee for the service at Linspire fits Ubuntu's 'allways free'-policy…

Quote:

“[Shuttleworth], like me, thinks it MIGHT be a good idea,” Carmony told DesktopLinux.com. “But then again, it might not be. That's why I posted asking Ubuntu users what they thought of the idea. Whatever we decide, Linspire wouldn't do this if Mark wasn't OK with it. I know Mark will want to make sure anything that happens stays true to the mission and ideals of Ubuntu.”

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