Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 26th Jun 2007 21:09 UTC, submitted by WillM
Linux The Linux community is splitting - right down the middle, at this point - over Microsoft's controversial claims that the open-source operating system infringes on patents it holds. Last Tuesday, Mandriva became the third Linux vendor within five days to say it isn't interested in signing a licensing deal with Microsoft to avoid possible infringement claims. A blog posting to that effect by Mandriva CEO Francois Bancilhon followed similar declarations by officials at Red Hat and Canonical.
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llanitedave
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2005-07-24

If you actually had read my last comment and read my bio while you were no doubt pouring over my previous comments in great detail, you'd read that I claim to be an admin who admins Novell products.
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But hey, thanks for ignoring the content of my posts and only looking at the topic headings.



IanSVT, thanks for posting that response. Some people need to get a life.

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