While we still have a choice I don't mind...
Ubuntu have alot to be thanked for so far. I appreciate they have an opinion on the way the Linux world (and smartphone world) should look like, but they still offer choices. For example a more recent release of Ubuntu allowed different desktops other than Unity to be used. Also Canonical allow Ubuntu to be used as a basis for other distros (I prefer Mint myself). Thus they continue to allow choices rather than go down the monopolistic route like Microsoft. Thus the current status quo is ok IMHO.
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