ComputerWorld: Linux email deluge shows loyalty to a rock-solid OSMar 01, 1999, 00:06 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Don Hill)
Thanks to Andrew.Cope for this link.
"Okay, I surrender. Your response to my piece last week on Linux has left me delighted, amazed and dumbfounded. At last count I had received more than 70 emails - some of them very, very detailed - on the topic. They have come from the US, Germany, Finland, Britain, Japan - you name it - and with only a few exceptions they make fascinating reading."
"It appears that many of you are, indeed, using Linux in your businesses. The reasons for your choice are numerous, but one thing stands out: you don't Linux just because it's a cheaper option than the alternatives - although price is important to you. You choose it, first, because it is rock-solid. It seems that, metaphorically speaking, neither wind, nor rain, nor sleet, nor hail can stop it. Your letters show that it is being used in businesses where it is needed to play a mission-critical role. If I am to believe your emails, its reliability is far superior to Windows NT."
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