why is the "Proprietary" license-badge in the #ubuntu softwarecenter green?
I think the value here is to give a visual signal that free software is better. You don't need to mark proprietary software as 'red' or dangerous, but you can visually promote better choices.
So 'fix' is perhaps wrong. But, I think the visualization can be improved.
@popey @ted @milan Its not about "judging" or empowering users at all. Its not colored upstream cause GNOME is principled, and its *following* its principles on the Software it creates. Software Freedom is a principle of GNOME. See Allan's post:
Canonical is a multi-million, for-profit conglomerate that wants to make money.
Clearly different goals there. The problem there is that in this context its not distinguished that this is *Ubuntu* software, not *GNOME* software.
Server run by the main developers of the project It is not focused on any particular niche interest - everyone is welcome as long as you follow our code of conduct!