> > Requiring people to have proprietary Windows software to use a
> > service provided by the Irish Linux Users' Group strikes me as
> > nothing short of idiocy.
>> > Requiring proprietary Linux software is quite bad enough.
>> Now that you mention it, I don't see how this harms linux.
It doesn't harm Linux. You're still missing the point. Why should
members of the LINUX users group be forced to run Windows to avail of a
service provided by linux.ie, the home of the users group?
Or to put it another way, why should I be penalised by the Linux users
group for running Linux?
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