[svlug] Linux an "upstart"?

Rafael Skodlar raffi at linwin.com
Fri Jul 18 15:03:02 PDT 2003

Surprized? There is so many clueless people running the media, it's
bad for democracy and outright dangerous. Somebody comes out with a
"story", others pick it up and you have to listen to it over and over
and over again, true or not ...

At the end, it all depends on what your definition of "upstart" is.

On Fri, Jul 18, 2003 at 01:43:26PM -0700, Bill Kendrick wrote:
> Okay, we're preparing to celebrate Linux's 12-year birthday [1],
> and I realize it's only just RECENTLY (like, 1998) that Linux started
> becoming mainstream, but do people still have to keep calling it "upstart"!?
>   "Linux took on Microsoft, and won big in Munich Victory could be a huge
>   step in climb by up-and-comer"
>   http://www.usatoday.com/usatonline/20030714/5320229s.htm
>   ... [Munich] was leaning toward a switch to Linux, the upstart computer
>   operating system ...
> We're up!  We've started!  Can we come up with a more appropriate status
> 'adjective' for the OS already!?
> ;^)
> -bill!
> -- 
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