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09 February 2010


Saifi Khan

The more things change the more they remain the same.

You use the argument "the risk of instability", it reminds one of what Redhat/Free say all the time about Microsoft and IBM etc.

CentOS is a project and *not* a company ! The influence of a company undercutting a first mover cannot be underestimated.

If "tail chasing" coupled to "lower cost" wasn't such a powerful concept, the chinese wouldn't be dominating with their exports the world over. Think about it !

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