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Re: 2010: The Year of the Linux Desktop

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____/ Marti van Lin on Wednesday 06 Jan 2010 17:17 : \____

> Roy Schestowitz wrote:
>> ____/ chrisv on Tuesday 05 Jan 2010 15:49 : \____
>>> Timmy wrote:
>>>> I remember mere weeks before Windows 7 was released for sale, long after
>>>> anyone who wanted could obtain the beta, you said that since it was not
>>>> released, it was vaporware, and it was wrong for people to write about
>>>> it.
>>>> So how come you have written extensively about KDE 4.4 on your site?
>>>> It's vaporware, according to your definition, and should not be written
>>>> about.
>>> Perhaps there was an implication that trolls should not be ranting
>>> about *Windows* vaporware in a *Linux* advocacy group. Timmy.
>>> (No, it's NOT "hypocrisy", to tolerate on-topic posts while
>>> discouraging off-topic posts.)
>> Timmy should spend more time in Mac and Windows sites. He's not even a Linux
>> user, yet he spends time stalking and harassing those who are.
> He doesn't give a hood about Free Software ether, yet spends time
> trolling in a GNU discussion group, trying to ridicule the fact that
> someone publishes his version of the Free Software Song under the GPL
> v3, which is perfectly normal.
> Makes one wonder if Timmy isn't a payed Microsoft $hill after all, why
> all this hate towards FREEDOM and those who advocate and practice it?

Whatever he does, it's against the group's charter.

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