Breathnach, Proinnsias (Dublin) wrote:
>>When the story about the MS leak appeared on Slashdot this past week,
>>I thought I'd have a bit of fun. A post entitled "Kernel source here,"
>>which pointed to a torrent of Linux 2.6.2, was all it took to hook
>>about a thousand would-be NT and 2000 source downloaders.
I like it - mislabelling torrents - the RIAA approach :)
>>Now, admittedly I was just asking for it by hinting at something that
>>might offend the big giant. Still, it took them three or four days to
>>issue this letter. In the meantime, shouldn't they have been able to
>>find someone capable of cracking open a .tar.bz2? Did nobody raise the
>>question of how a leaked CD fits into a 32m file?
This is even better than the German case where an OpenOffice mirror
maintainer was accused on MS' behalf of pirating MS Office because an
ftp url contained the word 'office'...
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