[JDEV] Relationship with .NET?
colin at vedalabs.com
Wed Apr 11 10:04:39 CDT 2001
Can you guys please take this elsewhere unless you are going to give
explicit examples of how Jabber development will relate to .NET.
P.S. Just because a company with a lot of money backs something, doesn't
mean it is great.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Oliver George [mailto:oliver at littledevil.com.au]
> Sent: Wednesday, April 11, 2001 2:50 AM
> To: jdev at jabber.org
> Subject: Re: [JDEV] Relationship with .NET?
> >>> I suggest if we as an industry are going to back anything
> we back SOAP
> >>> and XML and let .NET .DIE
> >> Wow, I can honestly say I've never heard such an ignorant
> statement in
> >> my life. Let me put the statement in perspective for
> people who are not up
> >> to par with .NET..
> >> "I suggest if we as an industry are going to back anything
> we back small
> >> peices of wood made so we can pick our teeth, and LET
> TOOTHPICKS DIE.."
> >> Shesh..
> > Shouldn't that be "sheesh"? Or is that "shush"???
> > Oh, and I don't use toothpicks... any chance of letting us
> in on how you see
> > .NET, SOAP and Jabber developing - sorry to be so slow -:)
> Heh, just my 2c... the initial posting was enthusiastic and hollow.
> give us an example. else we cant tell an insightful comment from the
> new age of propaganda: 'spamming good technology mail groups'. Sorry
> for the conspiricy theory: i've no doubt .NET will be great else MS
> wouldn't back it so hard. but tell us why.
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