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Re: Keeping the Desktop Dream Alive: Q&A With Jim Zemlin, Part 2
Posted by: Richard Adhikari 2011-11-25 10:09:29
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Where is Linux going? For Part 2 of this interview, LinuxInsider continued speaking with Linux Foundation Executive Director Jim Zemlin to discuss Linux in a wider variety of technologies, new programs intended to make it easier for businesses to switch to open source computing, and open source's ability to compete in the consumer mobile space. "A third-party provider could set that up as a service and allow a turnkey approach to creating white-label app stores for all kinds of different devices," he said.

only our patents are valid
Posted by: staff1 2011-11-25 10:16:59 In reply to: Richard Adhikari
"lack of quality leads to a lot of needless litigation"

translation: only our patents are valid

The Constitution says “To promote the Progress of Science and useful Arts, by securing for limited Times to Authors and Inventors the exclusive Right to their respective Writings and Discoveries”. Therefore, if an invention is useful and promotes science, it should be patentable. It’s that simple.
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