____/ Linonut on Sunday 02 September 2007 16:22 : \____
> After takin' a swig o' grog, Roy Schestowitz belched out this bit o' wisdom:
>> Microsoft pretended to have changed (Ballmer even 'praised' open source
>> recently), but the OOXML corruption train gave us all the proof we needes.
>> Once a criminal, always a criminal. This also showed us how "desperate"
>> Microsoft has become, to quote OpenOffice.org.
> Microsoft admits Swedish employee promised incentives for Open XML
> But says it's not otherwise tampering with looming ISO vote
Microsoft busy finding back doors in the ISO's procedures, rather than fixing
back doors in its software. It's ironic that the FBI et al wanted back doors
to assist national security. In turn, as we saw in Estonia, those back doors
brought cyberwars that reached national level. Well done, Gates-Bush
~~ Best of wishes
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