chatuser wrote:I think the "industry" is killing its own propietary hardware and software using these "practices".
yetanother**ixuser wrote:chatuser wrote:I think the "industry" is killing its own propietary hardware and software using these "practices".
i could not care less about, since before all the open source zealots creeped out of their sh*tholes and expected everything for free, it was well known practice that one have to pay for support.
SAQ wrote:Maybe they thought better of it.
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oreissig wrote:SAQ wrote:Maybe they thought better of it.
it seems they only postponed it
hamei wrote:As for those who claim it doesn't matter, real customers will not be inconvenienced and no one cares about hobbyists, verily I say unto you, inasmuch as ye have done it unto the least of my brethren, ye have done it unto me.
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