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Hi Lilla,

You wrote:
>> From a auditing standpoint I think a company would be
>> assuming an undefendable risk to use a system that has
>> no ligimate business backing it up.

From my personal viewpoint, I'd prefer a community-backed
system (ie Linux) over a business-backed system. Isn't it
more likey for a business to go bust than for a community to
be wiped out? Furthermore Linux support through the
newsgroups is heaps better, not to mention that bug reports
are actually investigated into by whoever's responsible rather
than be explained off as a feature :).


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