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Re(1): Lessons learned from open source Xara's failure

Posted by: Anonymous [ip: 66.26.91.67] on October 14, 2007 07:21 AM
" I wonder how Red Hat, IBM, AMD and lots of other corporations work continuously with the open source community and have achieved great levels of success then?"

Hardly successful. Luck has a lot to do with it.

" The same could be said about closed software: "

Yep, go ahead and try to make your case using an article by a Linux zealot with absolutely ZERO experience in the corporate IT world. Rob Miller is hardly an expert and anyone who thinks he is, well it just shows you all you have to do is be a cheerleader for a cause to be considered an expert in the Linux community.

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