> > Or to put it another way: the point of Ubuntu is to give users control
> > over their own computers - that is, Freedom. Our job includes
> > defending that control against those who would risk it in the name of
> > temporary convenience.
> Ian, I basically agree with your thoughts but I think we should be
> *very* careful about creating a measure that could "protect the user
> against him/herself" in the model, say Windows Vista does.
I agree that this is something we should look out for. But we're in a
bit of a different position to M$. Because Ubuntu is free software,
if users (and their technically-minded friends and allies) do not like
what we're doing, they can do things themselves their own way.