[Ilugc] Are you serious?
- From: ksriram@xxxxxxx (Sriram Krishnan)
- Date: Thu, 1 Apr 2004 20:05:53 +0530
The cheap trick is using rotor as a facade as if they support the
while actually calling the ideas behind the the community names. For
example, in a
.NET presentation I attended (one of the very first) rotor demo was
preceded by very
nasty comments on FSF/GNU.
What principles? A lot of universities and companies have access to
Windows code as well as a lot of governments. I'm surprised that you've
heard some derogatory comments about FSF/GNU...can you tell us when and
where this was? And even in the case it actually happened, do you mean
to say that there are no derogatory comments about MS here? Do
understand that MS consists of over 55,000 people...a lot of different
viewpoints. However, let me tell you...EVERY SINGLE MS employee I've met
runs some Linux distro at home without letting his employer know. Do
read what I just said...those guys are just as much hackers as anybody
in the OSS community. If MS didn't support these principles, how do you
explain www.gotdotnet.com workspaces or www.sscli.net. Or all the .NET
projects on SF?
Just count the number of bugs/problems/vulnerabilities and viruses let
of the various design choices they made. You will see the funny side of
the above yourself
Like what? For every single Windows vulnerability that you can point me
at, I can point you to a Linux vulnerability. I'm not sure you guys can
take the high-ground here...after all, if I remember correctly,
www.debian.org (supposedly the most cutting edge distro),
www.gnome.org(last week) and www.gnu.org (twice) have all been hacked.
Like I said in some other post , people in glass houses....
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