After takin' a swig o' grog, Peter Köhlmann belched out
this bit o' wisdom:
> Hadron wrote:
>> Chris Ahlstrom <ahlstromc@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> writes:
>>> After takin' a swig o' grog, Roy Schestowitz belched out
>>> this bit o' wisdom:
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>>>> How To Argue That Open Source Software Is Secure?
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>>>>| Lately there has been a huge push by Certified Microsoft
>>>>| Professionals and their companies to call (potential) clients and
>>>>| warn them of the dangers of open source. This week I received calls
>>>>| from four different customers saying that they were warned that they
>>>>| are dangerously insecure because they run open source operating
>>>>| systems or software, because 'anyone can read the code and hack you
>>>>| with ease.'
>>> They didn't save any attachments to the Gnome/KDE desktop <grin>.
>> You do not feel the need to counter these ridiculous lies?
> Feel free to provide proof that it were lies
Oh lookee, Peter. My anti-particle showed up again!
> No surprise here at all. Except that it took you so long trying to defend
> MS at all cost, ...
As they say, the proof is in the pudding.
He's absolutely transparent.
> "true linux advocate", "kernel hacker", "emacs user",
> "swapfile expert", "X specialist", "CUPS guru", "USB-disk server admin",
> "defragger professional", "newsreader magician", "hardware maven", "time
> coordinator", "email sage", "tripwire wizard", "Pulseaudio rockstar" and
> "OSS culling committee chairman" Hadron Quark, aka Hans Schneider, aka
> Richard, aka Damian O'Leary, aka Steve Townsend, aka Ubuntu King
Only the IQT, Hadron, would expect a full debate of an issue from
a post that was an obvious jocose post.
. <---- Hadron's head
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