On Fri, Feb 16, 2001 at 02:04:31PM +0000, Gerard J Keating wrote:
> Cormac McClean wrote:
> >> But I'm outraged by TV3's choice of speakers lined up from the program
> It looks like they went for a speaker from both sides of the fence. Agenda is a
> news/current affairs program not a propaganda vehicle for linux..
first of all, no they didn't get speakers from "both" sides of the fence.
they got two marketting people and no one from the linux development or
second of all, "both?" i know it's messy and hard to deal with, but
there are more then two sides to practically any interesting story.
i have to agree with cormac. i'm not exactly outraged, but i am
dissappointed. tv3 dug deep enough to think of a story on linux,
and then did it in a half-assed manner. that seems like wasted
effort and a missed opportunity.
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