If you share your love for something on your personal social account, that’s not the case, but sharing inappropriate content can often be controversial if you have a large fan base and has an influential corporate/organizational account. Ubuntu officials recently posted a tweet about the “Bronies”, causing a lot of controversy.
The Bronies are fans of My Little Pony, which can be called “Little Pony.” The series of animation targets a small audience for primary school girls, but its cute and distinctive character settings, coupled with life-like and deep-cut plot, has unexpectedly attracted a large number of adult male advocates.
Today, Ubuntu’s official Twitter account posted a new tweet recommending that users install the pony-related cartoon bag “ponysay” to promote the Brony culture. The developer tweeted: “After installing saypony, users can see the classic lines in the terminal, or a quote from “Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic” (English: My Little: Friendship is is Magic). From the history of the release, ponysay is the successor to cowsay, but since version 2.1 it has been developed independently of cowsay. “
And in all Snaps posted today by Ubuntu’s official Twitter account, the terminal has chosen to insert content from Pony Polly. Some Twitter users questioned the behavior. @SOFTDRINKTV said, “You just lost a lot of powder.” Another user said, “Annnnd, I’m going back to Arch now.” “