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Not even Linux or OSX for the matter....
On Tue, Jan 26, 2010 at 11:07 AM, Rafael Moraes <email@example.com> wrote:
> That's the way!!!! The government must have a kind of protocol to allow OS
> to be released.
> I believe that Windows will no longer exist after that. LOL.
> 2010/1/25 <Valdis.Kletnieks@vt.edu>
> On Mon, 25 Jan 2010 20:03:03 -0200, Rafael Moraes said:
>> > This is a subject that need to be discussed very carefully. I agree, It
>> > should be "controlled", but, how far?
>> In particular, one must be *very* careful to not create unintended
>> consequences. For instance, in general the more regulated an industry is,
>> more risk-adverse the companies get - both because regulation implies
>> rock the boat" and the second-order effects of compliance paperwork and
>> issues. Look at the mountains of paperwork needed to get the FAA to
>> type-certify a new airplane as airworthy - what if Microsoft had to do
>> level of detail for Windows 8, the next release of Exchange, and the next
>> release of Office?
>> How do you make Microsoft "regulated" in any meaningful sense, and still
>> them the ability to ship an out-of-cycle patch?
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