Lesson Re-Learned Yet Again: Beware of Suits Bearing Code
Oct 20, 2008, 12:32 (2 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Ken Starks)
[ Thanks to helios for this link.
"You sat in that chair and told me in front of 400
people that IBM wasn't particularly interested in Linux as a
"product"...Linux is only a "component".
"Well that "component" has lined your pockets in gold. You've
benefited from the work of thousands of developers over a decade on
order for you to use that "component". More importantly, The Linux
Desktop stands as a digital salvation for those who don't know they
have a viable choice in the way they operate their computers.
Somehow I get the impression that those people don't rate your
attention or concern."
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