"David's agreed to tackle eDirectory and I'm looking forward to that article. At that point, if you'd like to write a rebuttal, please send me an e-mail and we can discuss the process."
I'm bored with this argument, so let's simply agree to disagree at this point.
I simply don't care for being *asked* to supply responses to an article, to point out discrepancies and then to be held to a higher standard than your so-called "expert" who can seemingly state whatever he pleases without such scrutiny. I'm sure the other posters do not either.
I, too, am anxious for the eDirectory article and we can go from there. Maybe the third time will be a charm. Heck, I'm not even really "into" Linux, and while I came here to read the article, I initially thought that I could use the site as a reference when I decide to take the plunge. After reading the article, though, not only did my perception of the site change, but I took exception to someone passing off the MS shill routine and voiced my opinion...which is based on experience and a network of colleague administrators/managers.
I don't have anything personal against you or David and I hope to see something a little more tangible that we all can use in the next article.