On Wed, 12 May 2004 15:21:22 +0100, Eamon O'Tuathail
<eamon.otuathail at clipcode.com> wrote:
> approval of her open source comments also. You should either remove Mary
> Hannifin's name (eg. Replace it with "Irish Government"), or add an extra
I really wish you the best of luck. I'm convinced that software patents
are a bad idea for almost everyone. Maybe huge companies will benefit
from them, maybe not. Maybe they'll just sue each other to kingdom come.
Everyone else will almost certainly lose.
That said, would people start trying to spell public figures names
This is the third misspelling of Mary Hanafin on the list in the last
week or so.
p.s if there is a spelling mistake in this email somewhere (what is
that internet rule that specifies that a spelling correction email
will contain at least one typo of its own), I claim immunity since
I'm not writing letters to TDs or governments.
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