> you want go somewhere else. That is the rule of
> business. I find that most open source doesn't have great
> support either,
as i said earlier ... maybe it's the way you ask ... ?
> and a company that charges for something will have more
> features that I
> want/need because if not then I will go somewhere else, and they have
> dedicated people on it. Generally the open source side of things has
> developers who work on it in their spare time. Which leads to longer
> delays then commercial.
that is complete garbage. to use an example we have as MS premium suport
package. we report a fault and then wait and wait and wait.
> >Now, if you'll excuse me, I have to fight a M$ product..
> with it's 'great
> no one has ever attributed M$ with great support, not many companies
> operate like them... if they do they go out of business. M$
> is where they
> are because of a their money and diversification.
you seem to speak with the authority of someone who has little idea of what
the world is about.
microsoft dominate the market because their business practices bludgeon the
competition. they control that market. what is happenning in the linux world
is a breath of fresh air; and long may it continue.
please find another list to annoy.
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