Re: [ba-unrev-talk] The future of open source?
Jack Park wrote: (01)
> Consider this article
> In which, the latest Microsoft proposal for turning every desktop into a
> secure environment (theoretically speaking, a great idea) might toss open
> source software into a an arena where, unless your binaries are "certified"
> and you also have, on board, some IC chips required to make things work,
> you're basically off line.
> I'm certainly not qualified to evaluate or even understand all of the
> arguments made in the article, but, given past experience with Microsoft, I
> think this one needs to be understood by all who wish to develop open
> source software.
> Jack (02)
When a fox preaches the gospel, it is well to guard your chickens. (03)