EU software patent law faces axe
EU software patent law faces axe 797
I don't think that we have been discussing the desktop at all, kier, but it is a valid topic and one with a whole different set of issues, IMO. What was...
On Sat, 19 Feb 2005 22:12:54 +0000, Kier
Seems like he is, or cannot comprehend what people tell him. Or only sees what *he* wants to believe.
Of course it is, does this bozo think linux is *only* for development?
There is also the Mandrake Community release, the Fedora series of releases (both community led) & I rather think SuSE is going along the same lines.
In his dreams....
What does *he* know about what *anyone* contributes.
Which is why some of us buy linux distributions, which supports development.
Yes, only to him,
EU software patent law faces axe 798
On Mon, 21 Feb 2005 15:35:27 +0000, billwg Be my guest. But *I* was certainly talking about the desktop. I'm not sitting in front of a server to type this...
I would say it is. Why would he have made their licencing like it is? In other words, if I'd got two machines at *home* even, & wanted to put windows on *both*, I'd have to have a licence for *each* copy of Windows? Come on, what other motive would there be? IMHO, it sucks & it's just one of the reasons I switched to linux. One I'd bought distro a copy, it was mine to do with what *I* wanted, & put on as many machines as *I* liked.
I quite agree.
Agreed, *he* doesn't.
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