Displaying items by tag: Sam Varghese

Monday, 21 July 2008 20:52

Why do GNOME people always play the man?

Software engineers are often touted as people whose logic is excellent. That's why I'm amazed when some of these so-called virtuosos always indulge in personal attacks when they spot something with which they disagree.
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Friday, 18 July 2008 12:25

SCO case: one more step in a tortuous saga

Another step was taken this week in the tortuous case which the SCO Group initiated against IBM in March 2003 - but by no means is an end anywhere in sight to the company's misery. Unlike Neil Armstrong's historic statement, it is not a giant step for anyone.

Published in Open Sauce
When a genre of software is estimated to account for 15 percent of the total revenue generated by a given sector of the IT industry and that total is $A3.5 billion, then it is time to sit up and take notice.

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