April 30, 2002
One MS shop begins to understand "openness"
Eugene von Niederhausern writes "Robert Hashemian from Internet Telphony writes: "Perhaps the major difference between these two camps is a concept they have in common: Openness. In the case of Linux, openness is exercised in its true meaning. The source codes, the documentation, and all the relevant information are open to the public for their inspection and even modification. In the case of Microsoft, openness appears in a somewhat demented form..."Story at www.tmcnet.com.