In, Out, Shake It All About

13 Mar 2002

About a week ago, Microsoft and UniSys put up WeHaveTheWayOut.com, a site advocating moving over from complicated, difficult to manage Unix systems to easy-to-administer, secure Windows boxes. However, a quick check on Netcraft revealed the site was running Apache/FreeBSD - hardly a ringing endorsement. The site was soon migrated to Windows, but then failed and was down for several days. Meanwhile, someone else put up WeHaveTheWayIn, a site advocating Open-Source and proprietary Unix as an alternative to Windows. This really is the sort of stuff you couldn't make up.

( This site has a similar theme, but couched as a 12-step programme...)

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