__/ [ Larry Qualig ] on Sunday 14 May 2006 15:50 \__
> Roy Schestowitz wrote:
>> In this new fight against piracy, Microsoft have delivered a rock:
>> Let us wish them the best of luck...
>> How Piracy Helps Microsoft Make Billions
>> How Piracy Opens Doors for Windows
> -> How Piracy Helps Microsoft Make Billions
> -> How Piracy Opens Doors for Windows
> How does this even remotely have anything to do with Linux?
> How come you keep posting this Off Topic crap?
It should be crystal clear if you think laterally. Think about the "Why
OpenOffice" campaign. Among the keys to GNU/Linux and OSS adoption is the
enforcement of licenses and battles against piracy. Take Office and
Photoshop from Joe Average (or, contrariwise, charge him for it) and see
Now, Larry, if you don't like the [news]-tagged items, then kill me, or
kill them. That's what the killfile is for. If you incentives for presence
in this group are adverse to Linux advocacy (positivy or negatively
approached), then you are in the wrong place. This is definitely on topic,
having re-iterated the point which revolves around /cost/ of S/W. It is no
longer very bendable.
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