Re: Linux stifles innovation...

From: Dennis (
Date: Sat Feb 17 2001 - 14:24:42 EST

At 05:31 PM 02/16/2001, Dan Hollis wrote:
>On Fri, 16 Feb 2001, Dennis wrote:
> > The biggest thing that the linux community does to stifle innovation is to
> > bash commercial vendors trying to make a profit by whining endlessly about
> > "sourceless" distributions and recommending "open-source" solutions even
> > when they are wholly inferior. You're only hurting yourselves in the long
> > run. In that respect MS is correct, because those with the dollars to
> > innovate will stay away.
>So I take it you support M$ on the legislation bit also...

No. You conveniently snipped the part where I said that Microsoft is not
one to talk. They "stifle the market" in other ways, like not completely
documenting the OS for their own advantage.



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