Despite the fact that Stallman is arrogant as all hell, I do like the fact that he seems to keep up with these things as the environment changes - something the RIAA seems very reluctant to do.
Also keeping in mind that Sony BMG was SO opposed to copyright infringement that they stole some of Jon Johansen's Fairplay code to use in there rootkit debacle. Old news and not really relevant, but I still think it's funny.
(edited by Leroy on 17.1.06 1234) "Those of you who think you know everything are annoying to those of us who do."
You wanted the best, you got... Out of Context Quote of the Week.
"Because personally if I was being choked by Ric Flair, my personal reaction would be well, "Glrrrrkkk, can't breathe" but after that... "Man, I'm being choked out by Ric Flair, this is so cool." and then some more "Gllllrrrrk, can't breathe."" (Llakor)
Just edited the title a bit so it makes more sense. And who DIDN'T XCP steal from when crafting their DRM scheme?
They decided on this insane release cycle/version update that's baffling pretty much everyone. Minor updates, instead of being a subset of a main release, will get their own release number if they fall within the release cycle.