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RE[3]: Silly...
by ichi on Sat 10th Mar 2007 06:37 UTC in reply to "RE[2]: Silly..."
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Take a look at kernel contributions, pretty much everything comes from companies nowadays.

As for the FUD, I was talking about the american anti-communist propaganda during the cold war.

It's kind of funny that you try to relate FUD with linux, seeing how these days so many astroturfers are eager to call FUD on all those bad reviews vista is getting.

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