On Fri, 23 May 2008 02:55:09 +0100, Roy Schestowitz wrote:
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> ____/ nessuno@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx on Friday 23 May 2008 01:20 : \____
>> The sudden moves by Redmond point out two hard facts:
>> 1. Itʼs not nice to fool Mother Europe.
>> 2. If Microsoft says youʼve got five fingers on each hand, many
>> people will insist on an independent count.
>> In my view the second problem is bigger than the first. Credibility
>> may not mean much in the proprietary universe, where money counts for
>> everything and truth is a commodity.
>> In the open source world, political values like credibility are real.
>> Microsoft has only just begun to recognize this.
> The EU regulators will hopefully take a look at what PJ had to say...
They are going to be real concerned with what some wannabe armchair lawyer
has to say.
You and your buddies overestimate your importance to the OSS/Linux cause
You are really not important at all and outside of your circle of loons,
nobody really gives a hoot what you think or say.
God, this gets more insane by the hour.
Oh yea, BTW I am in favor of ODF but only if it is technically as good as
what we have now and does not require compromise.
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