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Re: Microsoft Copy Bugzilla

__/ [ Roy Culley ] on Friday 24 March 2006 19:06 \__

> begin  risky.vbs
> <xcsl89r61cwz$.dlg@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>,
> Erik Funkenbusch <erik@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> writes:
>> On Fri, 24 Mar 2006 11:48:00 +0000, Roy Schestowitz wrote:
>>> ,----[ Quote ]
>>>| ...we (IT Team) are in the progress of building up a public bug
>>>| database where you can submit your issues, track their progress
>>>| and see when we internally fix an issue ? Al is going to post about
>>>| this soon.  Your participation will help us greatly to improve IE
>>>| and also help us to prioritize what bugs to fix for the next
>>>| releases.
>>> `----
>>> It is a quote from another site, which I would rather not cite.
>>> [sarcasm] Should Mozilla sue Microsoft for IP infringement? [/sarcasm]
>> Oh, give me a break.  Microsoft has several public bug databases.
>> For instance, visual studio has one at labs.msdn.microsoft.com.
>> It's just IE that doesn't have one yet, and people have been asking
>> for it... a lot.
> Just how old are you Erik? Didn't you notice the ever so hard to see
> [sarcasm] - [/sarcasm] tags? I know you must be having a hard time at
> the moment with your beloved MS seemingly falling apart but try and
> get a grip man.

Erik,  you have become a real nuisance as well as a burden to this  group.
If  you need to communicate with people, I suggest a foster family or per-
haps  some  of the Windows newsgroups, which are evidently plagued by  you
mate, Kadaitcha Man.

Windows  is  collapsing. Microsoft knows it. The media knows it. There  is
little  effort  done at denying this. A 4-year delay for Longhorn  (Office
delays  too),  flow of critical patches on a weekly basis, top  executives
dodging  to Google, UNISYS and Apache head predicting the death of commer-
cial   software,   executives  and  programmers  tossed  from   one   team
(=burning/sinking  ship)  to  another, 60% of code needs to  be  re-worked
within  months, lacking testing periods for production candidates, govern-
ments and companies break contracts with Microsoft, PC's made dual-boot or
non-Windows,  EU suing Microsoft and forcing compliance and the list  goes
on  and  on. I am not even mentioning the positive factors that drive  the
competition  forward,  perpetually so at Microsoft's expense. I  will  not
even allude to the issue of FUD and brainwash.

If you still want to vent frustration owing to consumption of your past 8+
years  spreading  FUD,  perhaps you should take your  'pearls  of  wisdom'
eelsewhere  -- either a relevant newsgroup or your own personal blog.  You
have  a  domain with Apache, right? Use it. Blogging software on  LAMP  is
free, *even* to a snake like yourself.

Best wishes and good luck,


Roy S. Schestowitz
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