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SubjectRe: Availability of kdb

Tigran Aivazian wrote:
> On Wed, 6 Sep 2000, Jeff V. Merkey wrote:
> > Then it may be that corporate America weeds out Linux over
> more likely is that corporate America weeds out commercial software as a
> model which was superseded by the free software. We (the creative anarchy
> community led by Linus) are here to help that happen, gradually and slowly
> without shocks and fits by those who love this world and the things that
> are therein so much they choose to serve Mammon and make money on that
> which should be inherently free (to wit, any form of information, isn't
> it just 1s and 0s? :)

Just remember, i am a part of "we" -- although it sometimes may not seem
that way. I don't buy Linus' "Im the baddest ape in the jungle and made
of stone" comments. He's not nice, but he does have feelings -- I've
seen them.



> Regards,
> Tigran
> PS. If Linus objects to being a leader of such community, I may remind
> that the keyword there is "anarchy" and that assumes that, to some extent,
> the consent of a human to be or not to be its leader, may be freely
> ignored by those being lead, without even disturbing the symbiotic harmony
> between the leader and those he leads.
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