MSCoder magazine proposal
pyaggi at alsurdelsur.com
Wed Jun 28 07:20:31 PDT 2006
Kate, you said the magazine is targeted to Microsoft Platform developers,
so is nothing more to say you're supporting M$, if you want a good story
try something entitled like this "Please all our readers migrate to GNU
world and became real programmers and contributors to the evolving society"
On Wednesday 28 June 2006 11:01, Katarzyna Chauca wrote:
> Could you please read all my emails, calm down and please understand that we
> have nothing in comon with MS
> > On Wed, 28 Jun 2006, Katarzyna Chauca wrote:
> > > Dear XOrg Friends
> > > My name is Kate Chauca and I am Product Manager of MSCoder Independent
> > > magazine for developers using Microsoft platforms.
> > > I would like to invite all of you to cooperate with our magazine. We are
> > > looking for authors who can write about new ideas and new projects.
> > > Please let me know if you will be interested in.
> > > Best Regards
> > > Kate Chauca
> > > www.mscoder.org/es
> > > Product Manager
> > I will not join until M$ admits the _truth_ concerning their "policy"
> > against
> > DR-DOS and a hundred thousand other competitiors.
> > (Have a look at www.maxframe.com/DR/Info/fullstory/techtie.pdf and
> > http://www.maxframe.com/DR/Info/ .)
> > 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
> > M$
> > to hand over the Win95/Chicago src to Caldera (owner of DR-DOS in 1999)
> > Not to mention, that Win-NT 3.1 was basically OS/2 plus Win3.x shell, and
> > therefore not the work of M$ alone, but also the work of IBM-coders.
> > Shall I continue ??
> > OP: May be the wrong place here to look for support.
> > Product Manager
> > of
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