EOF - What Does Linux Want?

Is it more than just to be fruitful and multiply?

Doc Searls is Senior Editor of Linux Journal


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@"We already see where Android is going.
In the next year,
we'll see if MeeGo does the same.

There is NO need for one more year!

We NOW KNOW, that MeeGo does NOT GO ANYWHERE!!!

The same applies to:
- KDE 4.@#!@#!
- QT 4.xxx

We can blame NOKIA!

They do not want to invest real money in these products.

NOKIA simply MISLEAD them, especially
KDE team. There were not enough paid programmers,
for such an ambitious task ( KDE 4.@#!@#! )!


For partners they have got, M$.

May the God be merciful to NOKIA.

No matter what they did, especially to KDE!!!

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