__/ [M] on Wednesday 02 November 2005 16:28 \__
> Linux version available too.
Thanks, but no thanks. We have MySQL (SCO) or PostgreSQL already.
The strategy behind this revolves around lock-ins. You get hooked up on
some software whose licence is limited to one CPU (according to what I
read a few days ago) and when you wish to extend, you're stuck. Embrace
the users, let the user extend and then rob the user. For similar reasons,
Windows turned a blind eye to piracy in the late 80's and early 90's.
This moves shows that Oracle fear MySQL and PostgreSQL in my humble opin-
ion. Only a matter of time until Windows becomes free software while Offi-
ce is the new 'milking cow'?