LinuxWorld: "It certainly would not
be a surprise for friction to occur when Windows and Linux developers are confined in close quarters. Now
a recent post on a Borland community message board by Danny Thorpe, a well-known Borland engineer
who has been involved with the Kylix project from the beginning, has stirred the pot. Thorpe, rightly or
wrongly, criticized both Linux and open source in explaining why Kylix wasn't working exactly as intended
at library load time."
October 23, 2001