Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 9th Aug 2005 22:00 UTC
Legal Andy Martin of The Committee to Fight Microsoft on Tuesday announced his intentions to block Microsoft from releasing its Windows Vista operating system. Martin intends to ask Microsoft for an unconditional warranty that the operating system is free of bugs that could result in security vulnerabilities. He argues that no company in America gets away with selling a "defective" product the way Microsoft does.
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RE[2]: Har har har
by Thom_Holwerda on Tue 9th Aug 2005 22:24 UTC in reply to "RE: Har har har"
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but you aren't charged 300-400 to use them...

Ever looked at Red Hat's (*not* Fedora) pricing...?

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RE[3]: Har har har
by on Tue 9th Aug 2005 23:53 in reply to "RE[2]: Har har har"
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Ever looked at Red Hat's (*not* Fedora) pricing...?

Yes. It's quite expensive. And none of it is for the product itself.

Red Hat charges for support services. Large companies will pay large amounts of money for a 100% guarantee that whatever they purchase will operate smoothly.

Red Hat acknowledges that there are bugs in its software. By paying them, you place the onus to solve problems on them.

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