[linux-elitists] Future of Adobe
Tue Jul 24 22:21:16 PDT 2001
> >>>>> "RF" == Rusty Foster <email@example.com> writes:
> Me> So, seriously, Rus, where do you _want_ it to go?
> RF> See response on K5, if you can ever get it to load. Damn
> RF> overloaded server. :-/
> Jeez, man. Why's it take you people a month and a half to build a
> simple server? <poke, poke> B-)
Blah. It's been sitting in a cage at Level3 for nearly a month. Piece of
crap has a new thing wrong every day, and my hosting guy seems to be
able to give it about 5 minutes attention per week.
Anyone in New York who's good with Linux and has seen a Compaq Proliant
before wanna go over and get the damn thing running? This is becoming
serious thorn in my side.
> RF> Fair enough. What we need is a test case with someone who is
> RF> willing and able to simply rot in jail for the sake of getting
> RF> a rotten law gutted.
> Agreed. I'm afraid that Dmitry makes a shitty test case for DMCA. As
> much as we all want to have DMCA tested in court, and gutted there,
> this is not the case to do that -- at least, let's hope not.
> One nice thing though is that other corps have seen us beat the crap
> out of Adobe over the Sklyarov case. This should probably give them
> pause when considering whether or not to use DMCA in the future.
Most of them are still stuck between the DMCA and shareholder lawsuits
though. And quite a few, I think, have plenty of hubris to ignore these
Rusty Foster :: firstname.lastname@example.org :: http://www.kuro5hin.org
Semtex. I think Semtex should be involved.
--Jeff "hemos" Bates
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