On Tue, 2 Aug 2005, Stephen Reilly wrote:
> > How does one get to the point where they feel qualified to say what
> > people should or shouldnt be doing with their own computers?
> To qualify:
> In my opinion
> "Those people should have no need to send a 100Mb file to anybody, let
> alone a bunch of people."
I am quite amazed of the BOFH-attitude: If those people are the people you
are paid to service, then when those people figure out that others
acctually _can_ send emails >100MB without having problems you will have
to have a _really_ good explanation - especially if they are told that the
size limit is set by you and can be raised in less than 5 minutes.
Free software gives you the freedom to:
* F orward copies to anyone
* R un the program
* E xamine the source code
* E nhance the source code
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