In comp.os.linux.advocacy, Roy Schestowitz
on 18 Oct 2006 08:05:25 -0700
> Windows servers at risk at Linux-friendly Bartter
> ,----[ Quote ]
> | Local poultry producer Bartter Enterprises is evaluating
> | the future of around 70 Microsoft Windows servers, in the
> | context of a recent migration of other systems to Red Hat Linux.
> | Bartter claims to be the nation's second-largest
> | producer of poultry products such as chicken and turkey,
> | with around 4,500 employees nationally.
Hmm...the humor possibilities are endless.
Will Microsoft chicken out?
Microsoft Servers -- are they the bad eggs now?
Will Microsoft cry Fowl?
Will Microsoft win these servers back and thereby further
feather their nest, or just put a feather in their caps?
Microsoft Servers -- the turkeys in all this?
Is Microsoft now feeling henpecked?
Does Microsoft need Foghorn Leghorn to show them the way?
Dare I egg every other potential humorist on here? :-)
In any event, good luck to Bartter, and may the best server win.
Legitimately. (Without any foul/fowl play.)
Conventional memory has to be one of the most UNconventional
architectures I've seen in a computer system.
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