Roy Schestowitz <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> writes:
> types of 'creatures' that c.o.l.a. must tolerate. In a forum such as this,
> weaknesses of Linux ought not to be shown and weaknesses of Windows can be
> used to deter and drive away those who do /NOT/ belong here.
Wrong and very wrong you sad packer.
Telling lies is not advocacy : it is being a dishonest fanboy.
Only by recognising faults and addressing them can you truly advocate.
Part of advocacy of Linux should include showing how quickly things can
be addressed or how there are workarounds due to its superior
You have no business working in the IT business since you have
absolutely zero moral fibre and freely admit to not telling the truth in
order to further your own fascination with Linux. No computer SW
engineer can be trusted if he has such an agenda : you would not pick
the right tool for the job. You would pick the tool for your own crusade
as opposed to for your employers benefit.
You should be ashamed of yourself.