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There is no coincidence. The choice they made was to mimic the phraseology and ordering used on Amazon.
Except in the nearly identical use of langage, and the order in which the words-phrases appear, etc.
There you go again, denying another OSS clone job.
Next you'll tell us the Haiku project has nothing to do with BeOS.
Do LinuxOSS users have a shred of guilt... 8154
Peter Jensen I said it and you proved it, to yourself, the first time you looked at OSDisc after I pointed out the cloned portions. It's not similarities; it's blatant copycat-clone-theft of ideas...
I agree. And that's why the lazy guys at OSDisc didn't even try a different way; they just 'borrowed' from Amazon.
So I have to provide evidence, but you don't?
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For what? What product of theirs mimiced the look and feel of a competing product?
And I'm not talking about features. Showing list price and your web price, and the percent difference, and how much you save, and saying free shipping is included for purchases over $X, and showing in-stock amounts, and suggesting similar items, are all standard features of online retail promotion.
But showing those features in the EXACT order of Amazon, with identical or nearly identical wording in EVERY case, is just a blatant, lazy ripoff of someone else's presentation.
Hey, I have an idea. Write the OSDisc webmaster and show him how parts of his website are identical to Amazon's, and ask him where he got his ideas from.
Not that you would deign to do any research you know would support what I'm saying.
? If you don't know already, you deserve OSS.
Or perhaps they just copied it straight from Amazon in another fit of OSS 'innovation'.
They're not similarities; they're copies.
There are no opinions here, just facts.
You've failed. Again.