> > > > Well, It looks like MS is getting every one ready for a buggy
> > > > As I have been saying all along, It has to many buggs.
> > > Nice troll Matt. When you've written 27 Million lines of bug free
> > > code, let use know. What am I to assume by reading this article
> > > your post - that Linux is perfect?
> > > And why crosspost it to cola if you're not just trolling?
> > I did'nt think that spreading factual information came under the
> > trolling banner. The true "trolls" in this group spread rumour and
> > down-right lies - this appears to be factual....but not strictly
> > to Linux advocacy (but what is in this group ???? when most of the
> > correspondants appear to be anti-Linux FUDers)....
> > Is this the anti-Linux FUDers maoning about anti-MS information
> > appearing in "their" group ???? I can't imagine that many pro-Linux
> > people would object that much....
> When the Linux supporters have a problem with articles critical of
> Linux, they are usually critical of information in the document, not
> person posting it.
Your post had very little "information" in it. The first article
talked about MS being more stringent in the bug testing of their own
and third party drivers - big deal. The second specifically stated
that "This is not to say Windows 2000 will not be a success; just the
opposite, IDC believes Windows 2000 will succeed -- over time." You
basically interpreted the information the way you wanted (ie Win2000 is
buggy) and crossposted it to the NT group - if that's not a troll I
don't know what is.
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