giovedì 11 settembre Davide Alberani ha scritto:
> In effetti si avverte una _leggera_ punta di astio, nella risposta. :-)
> LOL. :-)
Ma la lettera di Linus è ancora meglio!!!!
(la riporto perchè è corta)
Open letter to Darl McBride -- please grow up.
Thank you so much for your letter.
We are happy that you agree that customers need to know that
Open Source is legal and stable, and we heartily agree with
that sentence of your letter. The others don't seem to make
as much sense, but we find the dialogue refreshing.
However, we have to sadly decline taking business model advice
from a company that seems to have squandered all its money
(that it made off a Linux IPO, I might add, since there's a
nice bit of irony there), and now seems to play the US legal
system as a lottery. We in the Open Source group continue to
believe in technology as a way of driving customer interest
Also, we find your references to a negotiating table somewhat
confusing, since there doesn't seem to be anything to negotiate
about. SCO has yet to show any infringing IP in the Open Source
domain, but we wait with bated breath for when you will
actually care to inform us about what you are blathering about.
All of our source code is out in the open, and we welcome you
point to any particular piece you might disagree with.
Until then, please accept our gratitude for your submission,
Quest'ultima frase in particolare mi piace molto!!! :-)))
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