Linked by Eugenia Loli on Fri 13th May 2005 07:20 UTC
Sun Solaris, OpenSolaris Sun Microsystems has delayed the release of two major features the company has trumpeted as reasons to try its latest version of the Solaris operating system. Eric Schrock, a Solaris kernel programmer, said on his blog in April that he's "completely redesigning the ZFS commands from the ground up" after finding some deficiencies.
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by Robert Escue on Fri 13th May 2005 17:41 UTC

Early, let's see you accuse me of posting "disingenious, and
possibly even a bit sinister" information. So let's put this in context. Responding to the post by hmmm about benchmarks and licensing I made the comment that "however you might have to talk to Sun's lawyers about violating the license agreement you "signed" by sharing that information with a third party without Sun's permission. Read section 5(f) of this:" How does might become "will", explain that to me.

Also my post never said anything about posting the results to Usenet. My comment was "Actually Sun encourages people to use the blogs, forums, and monitors USENET for people experiencing problems." So while you are at it, explain to us how this consititutes the "Your comments about Sun monitoring USENET makes me wonder if they aren't actively looking for violations of this requirement".

How about not taking things out of context and twisting them into FUD. Sun monitors newsgroups for problems users and administrators are having with Sun products, so how is one connected to the other?