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Monkey see

Posted by: Stumbles on July 27, 2006 09:58 PM
NeroLINUX offers almost identical functionality to either K3b or GnomeBaker.

I've never used NeroLINUX and will take that statement at it's face value. And have to ask... why would I ever buy such a thing when K3B does the job? There is nothing in this review that could convince me to do otherwise.

I find it quite humorous in the past proprietary folks have decried the open source folks for doing nothing but copy things they have already done. Well, it seems the shoe is now on the other foot.

I give them an attaboy for trying but they will have to go beyond "nearly identical functionality" to get my interest.... even then I will probably hesitate and stay with k3b. The reason for that hesitation is the simple fact I have become fed up with the proprietary ways.


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