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Good question. I can imagine that my opinion, if true, is not something Shuttleworth would want to say in public. Because it could easily be seen as Ubuntu being a cheapskate.
Furthermore the Ubuntu community would probably not follow that logic since that would mean they agree Red Hat is doing much better than Ubuntu LTS in that regard. Most people in the Ubuntu community are not large enterprise sysadmins.
If what I say is what is going on, Shuttleworth's article is a first cautious notice to everyone that they want more of the Enterprise Linx pie. I am sure that Canonical needs a bigger share to pay their bills without relying on Shuttleworths money.
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