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____/ Tony Manco on Wednesday 25 February 2009 19:06 : \____
> Roy Schestowitz wrote:
>> February 2009 Web Server Survey
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>> | QQ's growth should not overshadow this month's other significant event:
>> | Apache has gained 7.8 million sites, making it the first vendor to be used
>> | by more than 100 million websites.
>> Even Microsoft uses Apache now. They should let IIS go the way of Symbian.
> You mean "open source" it?
> Nah, that would be bad...
Symbian is not going open source. It does a publicity stunt to prevent its
erosion in the market. Nokia continues to lobby for software patents and DRM.
Those $600m that Nokia has just borrowed to work on Sybian would be better
spent on Maemo and its constituent parts.
Nokia alone can't defeat hundreds of companies that work together on GNU/Linux.
~~ Best of wishes
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