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[News] [Rival] Microsoft is the Next SCO, Why Disputes Are OK

  • Subject: [News] [Rival] Microsoft is the Next SCO, Why Disputes Are OK
  • From: Roy Schestowitz <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 17 May 2010 00:48:23 +0100
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Microsoft turning into a toothless tiger?

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| What do you think? Is microsoft heading 
| towards the gentle river of retirement? Does 
| this tiger still have teeth in it? Or is it 
| being squeezed in a vice of an apple with a 
| suspected rotten core on one side and a fishy 
| breathed penguin on the other? Lets not 
| forget that the devil is, as always, lurking 
| in the background waiting its turn in the 
| limelight.


Grahame Morrison â No feuds on his watch?

,----[ Quote ]
| I read an interesting article by Grahame 
| Morrison entitled âFeuds and rivalries are 
| damaging open sourceâ (where all the quotes 
| are taken from) which I start (and not beat 
| around the bush) by saying is complete 
| rubbish in the humble opinion of this writer.
| After digesting his discourse I came to the 
| conclusion that either he doesnât understand 
| the concept of different opinions being 
| productive or simply wants to join in on some 
| imagined âdamagingâ conflict in order to 
| attract readers.  The article is not what I 
| would expect TechRadar to publish and to be 
| honest, its slightly cheapened Techradar 
| credibility for me.
|     For a community thatâs supposed to rally 
|     under the noble banners of freedom, 
|     fairness and fraternity, the world of 
|     free software is chockfull of 
|     disagreement, feuds and simmering 
|     rivalries.


Confrontation helps improve through competition over solutions.
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