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Roy Schestowitz schreef:
> ____/ ml2mst on Friday 08 August 2008 14:16 : \____
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>> Rick schreef:
>>> On Fri, 08 Aug 2008 14:44:01 +0200, Hans wrote:
>>>> The fundamental issue with Linux seems to be the developers and the
>>>> hackers who write the programs. Quite simply, they hold a rather
>>>> schizophrenic view of Linux. They see Linux as an opportunity to play,
>>>> develop, which is fine, but also want Linux to become dominant, or at
>>>> least far more prevalent. Most computer users do NOT want a 'developers
>>>> OS', they want an OS which does what THEY want.
>>>> 1) Developers don't listen or understand what ordinary users want. 2)
>>>> There are too many software projects which duplicate effort. 3)
>>>> Hackers/Zealots have screwed priorities. 4) Linux doesn't really run on
>>>> old hardware. 5) Hackers/Zealots have unrealistic expectations from
>>>> users. <aside>
>>>> This article proves that Linux is a complete mess when it is looked at
>>>> as a whole.
>>> Fine. Don't use it.
>> Don't be afraid, Hans doesn't use GNU/Linux. This is Hans (in case you
>> didn't know already):
>> Microsoft: buy our software and become a beta tester.
> "Will travel. Bring data."
> Microsoft needs Windows Home Server test dummies
> ,----[ Quote ]
> | Microsoft is looking for Windows Home Server guinea pigs to test a public
> | beta of a patch to a major corruption bug that has blighted the product since
> | late last year.
> | The bug, which corrupts data on a number of well-known Microsoft and
> | third-party apps when the programs are used to edit or transfer files in the
> | firms latest server operating system for the low-end, home user market,
> | first reared its ugly head in December.
> No buddy ever gets fried for buying Microsoft. The data, on the other hand...
He he, Windows Home Server, the Bermuda triangle for your data...
|_|0|_| Marti T. van Lin
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