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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NotParker
Member since:
2006-06-01

"Would that mean you think source code that isn't "free" is unethical?"

I don't, but I respect those who believe it is.

Thats what I thought. A tolerance for bigotry is always an indication of bigotry.

I don't like people who think I'm unethical for using proprietary software.

And I don't like people who think its ok to think I'm unethical for using proprietary software.

Thanks for proving me right.

Edited 2006-12-02 18:08

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stestagg Member since:
2006-06-03

A tolerance for bigotry is always an indication of bigotry.

Let's hope that you never get your hands on any power. Would you jail all Open Source users for implicitly being cult members and 'closed source haters'?

Tolerance is part of free-speech. Live with it.

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NotParker Member since:
2006-06-01

Let's hope that you never get your hands on any power. Would you jail all Open Source users for implicitly being cult members and 'closed source haters'?

Hate is dangerous. It morphs into action. Its one of the reason Germany has anti-free speech laws forbidding the glorification of Naziism.

Canada and many other countries have laws making it illegal to deny the occurrance of the Holocaust.

[/i]Tolerance is part of free-speech. Live with it.[/i]

I would be happy if "Tolerance" was a 2 way street. I just don't see much tolerance coming from the cult.

Calling me unethical because I use proprietary software is not tolerant.

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