> > I agree and I don't. I'm a bit hyprocritical here actually - I think the
> > list/website should be targetted towards cross-platform web development,
> > commercial apps like ASP, Cold Fusion, etc.
>> Why ????? What about PHP with Oracle?? Would that be allowed ????
> Or would what about Enhydra for example? That costs $100, can we talk about
>> I don't see the point of banning commercial apps. I would for example be
> very interested in hearing
> about issue pertaining to ColdFusion on Linux...... why shouldn't I be
> allowed to?
I wouldn't lump Oracle or Enhydra - or even Sybase - in with ASP or Cold Fusion,
but that's just my weird way of seeing things. Anyway, it's neither here nor
there - I didn't say you shouldn't. It was just a personal opinion, hence, "I
Can <- Worms.
Ok, how about I set up a temporary list for the discussion of what the list
should cover, to take this discussion off ILUG? Or is that just silly? A
majority of five votes and I'll set it up... :)
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