oFono, a FSO Clone from Intel and Nokia
Carsten Haitzler (The Rasterman)
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Mon May 18 08:01:31 CEST 2009
On Mon, 18 May 2009 05:11:52 +1000 Lorn Potter <lpotter at trolltech.com> said:
> >> What I don't get is why people think it's bad to have more than one
> >> open source 'solution'. If reinventing the wheel was bad, we
> >> wouldn't have KDE, gnome, gtk, and even python, FSO and Linux, for
> >> that matter. Reinventing the wheel, is _good_.
> > Lorn, if you would really think this through... this is so wrong, I
> > wonder how
> > you can truly believe in that. I'm glad the this is a minorities'
> > view.
> > Anyways, since your opinion on that didn't change within the last 5
> > years, I
> > will immediately stop commenting.
> How can anyone think re-inventing the wheel is wrong? It's called
without it we'd still have stone wheels... no fun burning rubber. :)
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