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Helge Hafting <helgehaf@idb.hist.no> writes:

>Nope. It might cause microsoft to ensure that nothing remains backward
>compatible for as much as five years. True innovation is one way,
>obfuscation and needless interface changes and standards
>breakage/"extension"
>is the easier route. What tends to happen when a competitor implements
>some popular standard better than ms does?

We may find this out for .NET and Ximian.

Regards
Henning

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