Thank You Ubuntu: 10 Years Towards Freedom

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I have just upgraded to Ubuntu 14.10 and the first thing that I wanted to do was thank Mark Shuttleworth, the Canonical team, and the rest of the Ubuntu community. You have turned my world on its head (and that’s a good thing).

10 years of Ubuntu is worth mentioning and celebrating. I have known and supported Ubuntu for 8 of those years (so far). To put things in context, outside of liking Star Wars and following my personal beliefs, there have been nearly no other things that I have participated in consecutively for that long.

Ubuntu has changed the way that I think about technology, and the way that I interact with people in my community. That’s right; Ubuntu is not just software. I learned this from one of my good friends that I met through Ubuntu. In addition to the new friendships that Ubuntu has fostered, it has also strengthened some of my older friendships.

Ubuntu is about learning, sharing, and growing together. And that’s why I look forward to the many more years to come. Congratulations, Ubuntu!

3 thoughts on “Thank You Ubuntu: 10 Years Towards Freedom

  1. Aww, thanks, Yosep! You are bang on about this. Ubuntu is ultra important on so many fronts. Did anyone ever publish those ‘Five P’s of Ubuntu’ thing or was that just a coffee conversation? Y U SO GOOD FRIEND?

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