Re: drifting way off topic [was Re: [linux-5] Moving back to Windows from Linux?]

From: Dick R.
Sent on: Thursday, October 27, 2011 7:09 PM

On Thu, Oct 27, 2011 at 5:18 PM, Harish <[address removed]> wrote:
>> +1 and that is why enterprises use Red Hat products.
> <RANT type=frothing_at_mouth>
> For newbies on the list, please be aware that from 9am to 5pm, Harish's
> opinions are his employers, bent on World Domination.  Which happens to be a
> certain Upstream Enterprise Linux Provider (tm).  Due to Trade Mark issues,
> I cannot name them here, or link to their logos :-)
> 5 years ago, I realised that practically everyone I knew in Singapore who
> was working on Linux stuff (not working with Linux, but _actually_ working
> on) was employed by the UEPL.  This was either excellent (providing jobs and
> keeping talent in Singapore) or evil (a conspiracy to kill Centos, by hiring
> and giving staff discounts to all the kernel hackers in Singapore?).
> Eugene, Hak Beng, Roy Ong, Harish, etc.  Edmund Tan?  LUGS ExCo meetings
> were held at UEPL offices (since the entire Exco was there anyway).
> </RANT>
> As you would have guessed, all this is because Harish never hired me.  Die,
> your UEPL scum!
> Oh, Harish, ha ha, nothing personal, I love you, waiting for your job offer.

I love you too :-).  Happy Deepavali.


But what!?? No job offer?
   ON ON


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