In comp.os.linux.advocacy, Roy Schestowitz
on Tue, 28 Mar 2006 10:52:30 +0100
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> | The lax dress code of the open-source community is one of the reasons
> | behind the software's slow uptake in commercial environments, says
> | former Massachusetts chief information officer (CIO) Peter Quinn.
> | [...]
> | He pointed to the "sandal and ponytail set" as detracting from
> | the business-ready appearance of open-source technology and
> | blamed the developers for the inertia for business Linux
> | adoption.
The logic behind this makes my brain hurt. Perhaps one
should research what Leonardo da Vinci was wearing while
painting the Mona Lisa. I suspect it wasn't a 3-piece
I'll admit I don't know what the programmers wear in
Armonk, NY, but with $6.86M/year for Mr. Palmisamo, it
should be able to buy a very nice suit. :-)
Windows Vista. Because everyone wants a really slick-looking 8-sided wheel.