Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 30th Nov 2006 22:51 UTC
Novell and Ximian Novell on Nov. 30 announced its latest NetWare upgrade operating system, the Linux-powered Novell Open Enterprise Server 2. OES, which will be based on Novell's SLES 10, is designed to be a drop-in replacement for Novell NetWare servers, and a direct competitor to Microsoft's Server 2003.
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archiesteel
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2005-07-02

But don't you think many of my posts are well referenced and designed to annoy by being factual and contrary to what many in the "FOSS community" mistakenly believe?

No, I don't. When someone offers a counter-argument, you either a) ignore them, or b) simply restate your original argument.

Oh, and ethical beliefs cannot be "mistaken". If someone believes that proprietary software is unethical, you can certainly disagree, but you cannot claim that they are factually wrong.

You need to learn more about ethics, and work on your manners. Even if you were right (which, in my opinion, you're not), you'll never win anyone over to your viewpoint by insulting them.

Not to mention that being more civil would mean your posts wouldn't be buried, which right now makes this a huge waste of time on your part since people will simply not read them.

It's not too late to leave the dark side, young troll... :-)

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