Please also consider :
a) $ does not require shift key on a French keyboard ;o)
b) i decided to fwd this letter to let you know about an ongoing
discussion, that is about it ...
On 03 May 2001 13:56:39 +0100, kevin lyda wrote:
> On Thu, May 03, 2001 at 12:42:46PM +0100, Stephane Dudzinski wrote:
> > A few hours ago, a friendly journalist tipped me that Craig Mundie
> > of Microsoft is going to make a major speech in New York tomorrow
> > attacking open-source software -- specifically, attacking the GNU
> > General Public License. This speech is probably intended to define
> > Microsoft's party line on open source, and to shift the terms of the
> > debate over it to one that Microsoft thinks it can win.
>> please consider the following two actions:
>> a) microsoft is spelled microsoft. m$ is just silly (worse
> yet it requires the use of the shift key). if you want to be
> disparaging consider "a large redmond based legacy software
> b) since this is in new york, it would be rather nice if the kind
> and gentle people of new york could be given more correct
> information. the new york times accepts letters to the editor
> via this address: letters at nytimes.com. a nice polite letter
> explaining what the gnu gpl is, what open source is, and what
> copyright violations like napster and illegal copies of ms office
> are might add a little light to the debate.
>kevin at suberic.net "nobody likes a monkey on their back. i had
> fork()'ed on 37058400 three. they were cramping my style. it was
> meatspace place: work time to get rid of them."
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