Ubuntu Tweak Stops Development, Claims No Longer Free

Posted by lordpenguin on Oct 19, 2012 11:25 PM EDT
The Powerbase; By Dean Howell
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Popular Ubuntu configuration utility Ubuntu Tweak has officially ended support for its long-running project today. Ubuntu Tweak has been a mainstay application on newbie machines since the days of Dapper Drake, and between then and now has gain a lot of respect within the community regardless of being merely a front-end for already trivial tasks.

Tualatrix Chou cryptically claims free software isn’t free anymore. What he means by this is up in the air. Is he upset at Ubuntu’s increasing efforts to monetize it’s efforts or does he no longer have the means with which to develop.

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