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  • #16
    Originally posted by kazetsukai View Post
    Can you seriously imagine how red in the face Ballmer got when he realized that Microsoft would have to officially support Linux in some form to get their most wanted customers? And had to use the GPL to do it?
    Can you imagine how little Ballmer gives a shit, because he's the CEO of a billions-dollars-per-year multi-national company with around 100,000 employees and around a hundred-subdivisions that all do tons of shit without him needing or even wanting to know about all the goofy little technical details, like how many of their programmers use GPL software like Cygwin and even Linux boxes when building the massive and comprehensive test farms that make modern Windows as rock-solid and relatively bug-free as they are compared to the hobbyist desktop OSes built on Linux?

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    • #17
      Originally posted by elanthis View Post
      Can you imagine how little Ballmer gives a shit, because he's the CEO of a billions-dollars-per-year multi-national company with around 100,000 employees and around a hundred-subdivisions that all do tons of shit without him needing or even wanting to know about all the goofy little technical details, like how many of their programmers use GPL software like Cygwin and even Linux boxes when building the massive and comprehensive test farms that make modern Windows as rock-solid and relatively bug-free as they are compared to the hobbyist desktop OSes built on Linux?
      Can you imagine how little I give shit about Ballmer?? No you cant.

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      • #18
        Originally posted by elanthis View Post
        Can you imagine how little Ballmer gives a shit, because he's the CEO of a billions-dollars-per-year multi-national company with around 100,000 employees and around a hundred-subdivisions that all do tons of shit without him needing or even wanting to know about all the goofy little technical details, like how many of their programmers use GPL software like Cygwin and even Linux boxes when building the massive and comprehensive test farms that make modern Windows as rock-solid and relatively bug-free as they are compared to the hobbyist desktop OSes built on Linux?
        Winblows fanboy attacks! Winblows is so solid and bug free that is replaced by Linux everywhere where possible (when you're not in vendor trap). Winblows prove it's "solidness" in Wall Street exchange and it has also proven being "bug free" on millions computers affected by such simple thing like desktop icons being vulnerable! On the other side there are solid, bug free and fast Debian, RHEL and other enterprise Linux distributions. You've got just words like always and the facts aren't with you.

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