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SubjectRe: What is up with Redhat 7.0?
Marc Lehmann wrote:
>
> > regard. Hopefully ISV's will be able to figure out for themselves that
> > it would be a Bad Idea to develop applications under RH 7.0, since it
>
> Sounds like a parallel world :(
>
> > If you don't like this, I suggest you send mail complaining to RedHat.
> > Customer complaints are going to be the only way that RH is going to be
> > influenced not to play games like this....
>
> Hmm... (un)fortunately not most people are redhat customers yet. Or are
> they? Indeed, this is a good idea, so people, go and complain!
>
> Anyway, redhat *is* starting to act immorally. Reminds me of some other
> big company who tries to monopolize his os by making it incompatible to
> anythign else...

Just a quick note : RH 7.0 has been released.
http://www.redhat.com/products/software/linux/


Martin Braun
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