> Roy Schestowitz wrote:
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>> How many billions is open-source software worth?
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>>> In other words, using OSS isn't about being anti-Microsoft or
>>> believing in some sort of open-source ethical rightfulness, using
>>> OSS is simply a smart business move. Indeed, at $387-billion in
>>> value, OSS is twice as valuable as Microsoft's current net worth of
>>> $183.5-billion. Not bad for 'free software' is it?
> So that makes Linux/OSS one of, if not the, biggest financial failures the
> world has ever seen.
No that means micoshaft'e excel product is broken AGAIN and windummies
It also means Linux is the biggest OS on the planet with more players
owning more pieces of it selling 3 million+ gadgets PER DAY and micoshaft is
now reduced to just a niche player in the whole OS market place.