MSCoder magazine proposal
mb1x at gmx.com
Wed Jun 28 06:36:41 PDT 2006
> > How sad
I - for example - will not join until M$ admits the _truth_ concerning their "policy"
DR-DOS and a hundred thousand other competitiors.
(Have a look at www.maxframe.com/DR/Info/fullstory/techtie.pdf and
I'm well willing to join, after M$ would have open sourced DOSwin up to
version MS-DOS 8.00/Win4.90 (aka WinME)..
But they will NEVER EVER do it, because the public would have to observe,
that the underlying MS-DOS 7.00, 7.10, 7.10a and 8.00 is a slightly
updated version of MS-DOS 6.00 from 1991.
(I can prove this by means of disasm.)
They even claimed - during the DR-DOS law-suit - that they had "lost" the
MS-DOS 7.00/Win4.00 (aka Win95) source code, after the judge had sentenced
to hand over the Win95/Chicago src to Caldera (owner of DR-DOS in 1999)
OP: May be the wrong place here to look for support.
Managed Product (T.M.)
> > On Wed, 2006-06-28 at 10:57 +0200, Katarzyna Chauca wrote:
> > > Dear XOrg Friends
> > > My name is Kate Chauca and I am Product Manager of MSCoder Independent
> > > magazine for developers using Microsoft platforms.
> > > I would like to invite all of you to cooperate with our magazine. We
> > > looking for authors who can write about new ideas and new projects.
> > > Please let me know if you will be interested in.
> > > Best Regards
> > > Kate Chauca
> > > www.mscoder.org/es
> > > Product Manager
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