As reported previously, Team member John H. Terpstra wrote a series of articles on the adoption of Linux on the desktop. Now, SearchOpenSource.com is running a followup, interviewing John and asking him to respond to reader reactions to his opinion pieces. John doesn't shy away from the tough questions.
Unfortunately, successful companies become fat and lazy. Laziness leads to larceny. Larceny is the substance of mind and action that takes hold of protectionist measures such as software patents, restrictive licensing, and other mechanisms to minimize and eliminate competition.
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