wounded in the line of duty
That the pie is getting bigger is irrelevant to the subject of the opinion piece.
Whether Canonical at the moment is actually helping to make the pie bigger (which is what you are trying to say) is unsure, at least if the pie is the (paying) Enterprise Linux market and not just the install base in itself.
And I doubt that a better orchestration of releases will help much in that regard. The only benefit I can see is that Canonical can just cherry-pick the patches they want with less effort. But the recent openssl debacle shows that that is not sufficient to create an Enterprise class operating system. At least if the patches are coming from Red Hat, they would have had good QA :-)
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