Developers from a number of GNU/Linux distributions have agreed to work on a package format known as snap that can be installed on any and all distributions.
Events that have led to the leader of the Kubuntu GNU/Linux distribution being asked to step down have prompted free and open source software developer Matthew Garrett to offer to make DMCA complaints against Canonical, which funds Kubuntu, if anyone can offer proof that the company is enforcing its IP policy.
Canonical's withdrawal of funding to the Kubuntu project apparently is not very important to the company's owner, Mark Shuttleworth.
Canonical, the company best known for its Ubuntu GNU/Linux distribution, has decided to pull funding for Kubuntu, the version that has KDE as its desktop environment instead of GNOME.
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