On Fri, 2004-11-19 at 17:26 +0000, Domenico Gentile wrote:
> Sorry Gavin,
> I don't believe you. I know it's late on a Friday and I'm sure you
> must be dreaming of a pint right about now.
It's not really THAT surprising. People change their minds all the
time, based on additional knowledge on a topic. I would have a lot less
respect for someone who stuck to his/her guns out of pride.
> Are you trying to tell me that one minute the Irish Government are stating
> 'since OSS is "open to amendment and reconfiguration," the long-term cost of
> using it in Irish e-government projects may be too great.'
Not the "Irish Government". Mary Harney.
>>http://www.enn.ie/news.html?code=9411095>> and now that it is good to use OSS?????
>> Talk about politicians who believe in 'keeping your options open'
The Fianna Fáil TD's in Cork North Central have been receiving an
education on the merits of Open Source recently. Maybe some of this
Ruairi Newman <ruairi at tech-mad.org>
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