I have nothing more to say on this issue.
Should anyone have more to say in contest, please ask for a mailing
address and put it in writing. Otherwise, the comments are viewed as
"I'm going to tell your mommy about it".
Andre Hedrick, CTO & Founder
iSCSI Software Solutions Provider
http://<Advertising Line Deleted per Request>/
For those who have privately encourage and given permission, thank you.
On Mon, 13 Jan 2003, Matthias Andree wrote:
> On Mon, 06 Jan 2003, Andre Hedrick wrote:
> > On Tue, 7 Jan 2003, Matthias Andree wrote:
> > > On Sun, 05 Jan 2003, Richard Stallman wrote:
> > >
> > > > Developing programs does not "cost money"--that is just one way to do
> > > > it. But sometimes a person is in a position where he can develop a
> > > > certain program only if he makes it non-free to raise money. If you
> > > > are in such a position, unless you are going to make the program free
> > > > software soon after, then the best thing you can do is not develop it
> > > > at all. Someone else will develop a free program to do the job.
> > > > Freedom is worth the wait.
> > >
> > > Oh, but my backup can't just wait because the hard disk is
> > > likely to die before someone comes up with a free software that does
> > > better than Tivoli although this is sorta fragile on the systems I
> > > maintain. Are you going to sponsor for RAID-1 for the meanwhile, until
> > > the wait pays off?
> > Well for a price you could back up around the world, and have unlimited
> > amounts of storage per license and have unlimited (loads will limit the
> > unlimited) clients and have interoporability today. But it is not free
> > now, but stood a strong chance of happening in 6mo for the basics. The
> > serious core costly features would take longer to recover. May 18mo of
> > the next feature, and finally 36mo for the end game.
> > This is in flux now because ....
> Just in case: this was directed towards Richard Stallman, and was meant
> to convey the idea that free software of the future doesn't solve the
> problem I have today.
> Andre, your efforts, ideas and projects are much appreciated, and I've
> seen them underestimated, and while I have often (in private, without
> telling anyone, luckily) suspected they wouldn't work out that well,
> they all proved me wrong and worked MUCH better than I expected.
> Don't let your work get peed on by people who want you out of business
> or who don't recognize your achievements.
> Matthias Andree
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