Instead of, why not...

Chad Leigh -- Shire.Net LLC chad at
Sun Feb 13 08:22:35 GMT 2005

On Feb 13, 2005, at 12:57 AM, Anthony Atkielski wrote:

> Chad Leigh -- Shire.Net LLC writes:
>> Maybe companies who support MS or other proprietary software
>> can't as they don't have the source.  But support companies that
>> support open source can very easily fix problems -- they have the
>> source and the license to use it
> Unfortunately, their fix makes the software non-standard.  You need to
> be able to roll fixes into the official release.

?????  What the heck does this mean?  I would bet that most larger 
installations of Linux or FreeBSD or any other open source OS would be 
considered non-standard.  Heck, I bet YOUR installation of FreeBSD 
could be considered non-standard.  Your statement  make absolutely no 

If the fix that you decry is a reasonable fix, who says it can't be 
rolled back into an "official" release.  This is open source after all.


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> Anthony
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