On 2006-01-10, Roy Schestowitz <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> posted something concerning:
> [Typo in subject line corrected]
> __/ [Sinister Midget] on Tuesday 10 January 2006 17:40 \__
>> On 2006-01-10, Roy Schestowitz <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> posted
>> something concerning:
>>> "In a highly significant announcement a few months ago, Bord na
>>> revealed that it had completed the deployment of Novell's SuSE Linux
>>> Enterprise Server. The deployment sees SuSE Linux Enterprise Server 9 and
>>> Novell eDirectory running on HP hardware to support the roll out of Oracle
>>> 11i applications.
>>> According to Bord na Móna's group IT manager, Brinsley Sheridan,
>>> deployment provided the company with a consolidated server platform,
>>> reduced costs and a fully-supported operating environment to implement
>>> mission critical applications.
>>> "Collaboration between HP, Oracle and Novell working with local
>>> delivery partner SecureLinx eliminated the risk for Bord na Móna that the
>>> deployment of multi vendor systems can sometimes bring," he said.
>>> What made the announcement far more important than just another
>>> contract win
>>> for Novell or another breakthrough for Linux, was that it represented a
>>> move towards mixed source computing on the part of a major State
>> Ewik says we never hear about these things after they happened. Better
>> stop posting the successes so he won't be FOS.
> Erik? Who's that? We need to become more selective when reading threads.
> *smile* Several months ago I stopped reading anything with Funkanbauchem
> (sic) in the "From" column. That string tends to show up in infinite threads
> as deep as the pane goes. These are also filled with lies that must bring to
> egocentric pleasure. Trolls with coherent English should spend more time
> helping their counterparts, not harassing COLA.
If you really want to stop Erik, prove something wrong that he tries to
claim in a way he tries to present himslef as having authority or
knowledge, then ask him to back it up. Or grab one of the many things
he previously started running away from, and ask him for evidence to
support those claims. Erik's participation is over abruptly. But only
if you start asking for him to support his specious claims.
Frontpage: Better than sticking a red hot poker in your eye.