[Ilugc] why it is important to promote linux

kenneth gonsalves lawgon at thenilgiris.com
Tue Jul 3 12:37:08 IST 2012


On Mon, 2012-07-02 at 19:31 +0530, Niam Computech wrote:
> I always ask myself why people waste time discussing / fighting over 
> useless talks rather than spending this time on something productive.

well now that you have started doing it, you probably know the
answer ;-)
>  
> Ubuntu, Redhat, Debian, Fedora, Mint, Gentoo are all based on Linux. 
> Linux is their heart, lungs, legs, arms etc but they all have
> different 
> shapes, sizes etc like human beings do.

so why do you not advertise your company as shipping with Linux or
GNU/Linux or free operating system or open source operating system (take
your pick)?

[...]
> 
> If we all have to contribute to FOSS or GNU/Linux then just pick what 
> you like and start contributing towards it. 

why do you assume that we are not doing so? You may not be aware of the
fact that one thing that distinguishes humans from animals is the
ability to talk (and generally communicate using the spoken and written
word.) It is only donkeys, buffaloes and other beasts of burden that go
around doing productive work without talking. For us, work done without
talking about it is not productive or profitable.
-- 
regards
Kenneth Gonsalves



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