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Integrating Ubuntu with a Windows-based network is harder than it should be

Posted by: Anonymous [ip: 75.175.52.253] on December 14, 2007 05:03 PM
Integrating a Linux installation into a Windows network is often not a trivial task. While those with certain character deficiencies may hurl contradictory insults in a thinly disguised attempt at self-aggrandizement, the fact remains.

An issue not addressed in this discussion is one of ethics. Most eleemosynary organizations have as a mandate the service of humankind and human society. It has been amply demonstrated that free, open, published standards advance such service. Is it, then, ethical to give money to an organization which openly abrogates such principles? Isn't the adoption of open systems a moral imperative, in this instance?

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