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Ubuntu drifts away from the FOSS community

Ubuntu started off as a tributary project (derivative) of the Debian operating system, which aimed at making the desktop experience for users on Linux-based operating systems better. With this primary focus, Ubuntu, under the reigns of Canonical (the company behind the Ubuntu project) steered the diverse skills of the Ubuntu community to yield a stable and refined operating system.

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