I wish I could say I was surprised, but it’s not like +Groupon has shown integrity in the past. Random examples from a quick web search:




Of course, it’s not like +GNOME has been a shining example of listening to alternative viewpoints in the past several years, and as a result I run MATE; it has been made clear to me that I’m not the target audience. But neither GNOME’s failures nor Groupon’s history is an excuse for Groupon’s current actions.

Daniel Berrange

Really disgraceful action by +Groupon in trying to hijack the long term open source +GNOME project’s trademarks.  http://www.gnome.org/groupon

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