Software is like sex: It's better when it's free.
Microsoft is not the answer. Microsoft is the question. NO is the answer.
Only wimps use tape backup. Real men just upload their important stuff on ftp and let the rest of the world mirror it.
Linux people do what they do because they hate Microsoft.
I do get my pizzas paid for by Linux indirectly.
Linux is only free if your time has no value.
The interesting thing is when we design and architect a server, we don't design it for Windows or Linux, we design it for both. We don't really care, as long as we're selling the one the customer wants.
There are a lot of people whove been able to ditch their Windows machines and switch over to Linux because they can now use their Exchange server for calendaring and collaboration from their Linux desktop.
Linux is a cancer that attaches itself in an intellectual property sense to everything it touches.
Cosmoe works on any of the standard filesystems available for Linux.
Some people have told me they don't think a fat penguin really embodies the grace of Linux, which just tells me they have never seen an angry penguin charging at them in excess of 100mph. They'd be a lot more careful about what they say if they had.
And when the time comes to replace the O2 I have today, maybe my next machine will run Linux.
The cyberspace 'earnings' I get from Linux come in the format of having a Network of people that know me and trust me, and that I can depend on in return.
The Linux philosophy is "laugh in the face of danger". Oops. Wrong one. "Do it yourself". That's it.
Before the commercial ventures, Linux tended to be rather hard to set up, because most of the developers were motivated mainly by their own interests.
I think that Microsoft will increasingly feel margin pressure from Linux as well as people saying: well actually the applications that really matter to me are not on my PC. And so they're going to be able to extract less of a monopoly rent, so to speak.
Of course, all of the software I write runs on Linux; that's the beauty of standards, and of cross-platform code. I don't have to run your OS, and you don't have to run mine, and we can use the same applications anyway!
We've been using C and C++ way too much - they're nice, but they're very close to the machine and what we wanted was to empower regular users to build applications for Linux.
We all know Linux is great...it does infinite loops in 5 seconds.
All the best people in life seem to like LINUX.
What commercialism has brought to Linux has been the incentive to make a good distribution that is easy to use and that has all the packaging issues worked out.
I think Linux is a great thing, in the big picture. It's a great hacker's tool, and it has a lot of potential to become something more.
I think Linux is a great thing, because Linux is an alternative to Windows, and because, of all the operating systems that are at all relevant today, Unix is the best of a bad lot.
The thing with Linux is that the developers themselves are actually customers too: that has always been an important part of Linux.
A lot of that momentum comes from the fact that Linux is free.
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