[linux-elitists] Limits on fair use
Wed Jun 28 10:34:40 PDT 2000
begin Jeremy M. Dolan quotation of Wed, Jun 28, 2000 at 11:29:28AM -0500:
> So where's all the good anti-Microsoft propaganda?
Good point, but you need "propaganda" against proprietary software
in general, not just against Microsoft. Otherwise all the users
you convince could end up running WordPerfect Office on Linux, or
whatever-the-hell on Macintosh, and you'll be back where you started.
Sun is just as nasty as Microsoft -- the only difference is Sun's
OS is more stable and all Sun's GUI attempts have been third-rate
compared to Apple, Microsoft, or even GTK.
I'm going to have to agree with Richard Stallman here:
You might start with gnu.org for propaganda to people who are concerned
about free speech, and opensource.org for people who think that their
job requires them to think like a dull little one-dimensional economic
Don Marti No haiku patents
firstname.lastname@example.org means I've no incentive to
whois DM683 Software patent reform now: http://burnallgifs.org/
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