Brian Galbraith wrote:
>> Linux is for enthusiasts..it always has been and always will be....but we
> are all trying to extend its use into everyday life ie desktop etc. Linux
> is moving forward, because of the cooperation and ideals of the whole
> community....a marriage of ideals and practicality.
> So for the record....I am not a rampant capatilist who intends to bleed
> the Linux community white. I believe in the community ideals.....but the
> only way to protect and influence that community is to be part of it, and
> influence it from the inside. If you don't move forward you move back.
Sort of on-topic for this, there was an article in the New York Times on
open source software in the marketplace this morning:
(I can post it on to anyone who can't get into the NYTimes site)
kieran.colfer at ireland.sun.com
Voodoo Programming: Things programmers do that they know shouldn't work
they try anyway, and which sometimes actually work, such as recompiling
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