In the Free Software world, well, we are quite used to enjoy freedom. For example, we do the arguable thing of having a big number of different distributions, FLOSS licenses, desktop solutions or software applications. Sometimes this is positive, they compete, they learn from each other and they try different approaches. It makes things work better.
However, sometimes we have no clue of how to use our freedom, really. Or even worse, we use it to actually limit it. You don’t believe me? Here we go:
Ubuntu Muslim Edition is a set of packages that customizes the Ubuntu distro by installing islamic software (prayer times, Quran study tool, web content filtering tool etc.) and by changing its design.
With web content filtering tool… yummy. But wait, there is more:
Along with the standard Ubuntu applications, Ubuntu Christian Edition includes the best available Christian software. The latest release contains GnomeSword, BibleMemorizer, the e-Sword Installer with Module Manager, The Word Installer, Firefox Web Browser with Bible Fox Theme and the WhatWouldJesusDownload Toolbar, and much more.
I can’t wait to install that WhatWouldJesusDownload toolbar. Please tell me this is a joke…
Update: Misfortunes always come in threes: Ubuntu Satanic Edition.