"Miller does not believe that Microsoft's demand was
personal. "I think Microsoft is just being Microsoft," he said. He
also pointed out that the letter from Microsoft didn't even come
from an attorney; it was from a paralegal."
"Slashdot refused to take down any of the posts because it
considered such an action to be a form of censorship. But in the
end Slashdot may very well be forced to remove some or all of the
offending messages. I asked Miller if he saw any possibility for a
"He replied: "The perfect near-term solution would be for
Microsoft to become part of the rest of the world: To say yes, it
is OK for Jeremy Allison and Ted Ts'o and all the other
interoperability people to work freely so that Microsoft can still
remain part of the computer world when Linux and other superior
operating systems become more popular than their products."
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