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Cuba skifter til Linux

Iflg. denne side skifter Cuba til Linux. En dejlig nyhed, men jeg faldt nu over denne sætning, som jeg lige vil dele med verdenen:
"Private software can have black holes and malicious codes that one doesn't know about," Rodriguez said. "That doesn't happen with free software."

Så vil folk sige: jamen jeg kan ikke læse kode. Nej, det er sikkert sandt, men så find en som kan. Jeg synes faktisk at den sætning er meget god når man snakker open source. Tilbage har jeg kun at sige thumbs up til Cuba. Vi må håbe at flere ser lyset ...


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