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From: Per...@Hams.com (Bruce Perens AB6YM)
Subject: Please do not respond to the "Times" article
Date: 1997/04/21
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"The Times", a respected British newspaper, published an article that
was offensively critical of Linux in its Sunday edition.

I urge Linux users and developers to _not_ respond to this article.

When you're in a fight with an idiot, it's difficult for other people to
tell which one the idiot is.

        Thanks

        Bruce Perens
        Debian Project Leader

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