No, you're right. I shouldn't have said that. I plead a bad hair day
and apologize. ;-)
Perhaps RHLP or a related project could pick up for a second year of
errata. I suppose testing is harder than the actual
back-porting/patching. As has been said, it really is going to take a
free (as in beer) desktop alternative with more than 12 months of
support to take on Windows on the corporate desktop most effectively.
On Thu, 2003-08-28 at 19:43, William Hooper wrote:
Steve Bergman said:
> It obviously made sense to RedHat when RedHat was a company of ~100
> employees. But it does not make sense now that RedHat is a larger
> company of over 600 employees.
A lot of things that made sense during the dot-com bubble don't make sense
Looks like this is turning into a flame war. I'm not part of Red Hat's
decision making process, so I can't help you with what motivates them to
do what they do. I was just giving an alternative view to "Red Hat needs
to give us no cost software supported forever..."