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Thu Feb 10 18:49:11 PST 2005
On Thu, 10 Feb 2005, Mike Hauber wrote:
> weeks to figure out how to use correct grammar in an announcement
> or a responce (and even if the grammar is left _so_ wanting, take
> a look at the archives for this list. It can't be all _that_
> bad, can it?)
You raise issue with the grammar of tech heads who probably failed english
as I did, yet you'll not at least accept that the logo on a professional scale
leaves little to offer to someone trying to get a board room full of
decision makers to move on it?
Everyone is forgetting the obvious here.
FreeBSD is *either* the fri*ee*ndly little OS, denoted by that 'cute'
daemon, or it is a competitive alternative to the bird cage boxes that
Microsoft, Sun, Compaq and the rest of the big group puts their product in.
We want FreeBSD Java, FreeBSD hardware drivers and all the new hardware to
go with "our" system. Yet if these companies see "our" sites, cds or books
what do they get first?
Cute I guess.
You would think that the core group had removed the entire source tree on
this and replaced it with KERNEL32.EXE and an assortment of *.dlls for
some reason here.
I think it is an interesting competition with little expense surely to
give good amounts of items to ponder. Maybe some graphix guru out there
will be able to cross the worlds from the evangelist daemon'ists to the
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