“By the way, the study claims that switching to Vista saves on hardware costs.” Ho, ho, ho. Just try running VIsta Home Basic on a 512MB machine. I have done that, and so have seen Vista in inaction. Give Ubuntu 512MB of memory and you are off and running
“IBM will be making initial code contributions that it has been developing as part of its Lotus Notes product, including accessibility enhancements, and will be making ongoing contributions to the feature richness and code quality of OpenOffice.org. Besid
“Can you quantify the resources IBM is bringing to bear? For example, how many programmers? Where are they located? IBM has about 35 programmers in China who will be dedicated to the project.” Code talks.
“The virtual learning environment could be where university libraries first encounter open source. An increasing number of content management and portal systems are also open source and many university libraries are involved in setting up open source repo
There are two kinds of editors, those with “undo” and those without. You only want to use the former. That’s one of the advantages of being a programmer. We can undo our mistakes. Open-heart surgeons don’t have that luxury.