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RE: OS other than Win
- From: "Sterin, Ilya" <Isterin@ciber.com>
- To: "'Bullard, Claude L (Len) '" <firstname.lastname@example.org>,"''S. Jyotinarayan ' '" <email@example.com>,''XML-DEV ' ' <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Mon, 09 Jul 2001 09:42:37 -0600
From: Bullard, Claude L (Len)
To: Sterin, Ilya; 'S. Jyotinarayan '; 'XML-DEV '
Sent: 7/9/01 9:24 AM
Subject: RE: OS other than Win
>Quite the opposite. I am insisting on the
>reality of the large numbers over the futility
>of the profitless niche.
Large number of what? Maybe you need to think before replying. Large
number of desktop users?? Servers?? What market are you talking about. For
sure MS has conquered the desktop market, but that does not mean that you
can't make money in the *NIX world and also does not mean that Linux is not
and will not catch up. I personally perfer the stability of the open source
software over buggy MS sh$#, but again that's my preference.
>Come to think of it, English only. That gets
>rid of a lot of useless katakana characters and Japanese
>Buddhist Only texts which because they can't
>be translated are of little use to the world
>in general and therefore should not be on the
>web or in XML to begin with.
Being an international mailing list I won't even reply to this nonsense,
this it's already getting OT for the other's to join in and make this thread
about as long as the schamas, schemata thread.
>We must simplify things so everyone has access.
Right let's just have one application (sort of what is called a monopoly)
and make everyone use it, sort of like MS. That will definitelly simplify
things, on your side.
>(think before you reply....)
>Ekam sat.h, Vipraah bahudhaa vadanti.
>Daamyata. Datta. Dayadhvam.h