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Re: If this is "Linux Advocacy" what's up with all of the Microsoft topics being posted?

In comp.os.linux.advocacy, Ezekiel
on Fri, 30 May 2008 16:00:30 -0400
> WTF???   Where exactly is the "Linux Advocacy" in any of this?

Apart from "competitive watching", none.  Is this a problem?
This isn't a moderated newsgroup, and I don't know the
procedure to change a comp.* newsgroup from unmoderated
to moderated -- a procedure that is rarely done nowadays,
and probably was rarely done even in Usenet's heyday.
(The procedure presumably involves a formalized posting in
the affected newsgroup, as well as related newsgroups; that
much I know.  I have no idea who evaluates the responses thereto.)

You are volunteering to moderate by sifting through a very
large deluge of email, I trust?

> Another Call for Sacking/Changing of Microsoft Management
> Microsoft/MSN Press Attacks Vista, Microsoft Trashes XP
> Microsoft XBox 360 Implosion
> Microsoft Admits Struggling in Google's Turf
> Microsoft Still Covets Yahoo and Negotiates
> Microsoft Afraid of Free Software, Pompous Patent Troll Myhrvold Awaits
> India Files an Appeal Against Microsoft OOXML!!!
> Windows 7apourware is Vista-level Disaster All Over Again
> Another Microsoft General Manager Jumps Sheep [sic]
> Microsoft/Novell's Risk with Moonlight Gargbage
> How Microsoft lost the office file format battle
> Chaos Claimed in Microsoft India
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