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|Subject:||Well written, but....biased|
Your article is well written. Except for some unwarranted Pro-SUN, anti-IBM remarks spoil the entire article, showing your bias towards SUN.
Quote: "and having turned over senior management quite thoroughly--began to listen more effectively to what the markets had to say. Now Sun has broken out of the high end to successfully deliver nearly end-to-end software suites on both Solaris and GNU/Linux on the commodity x86 hardware platform. This includes its successful reemergence in servers on AMD Opteron."
Quote: "IBM, as another example, entered the GNU/Linux market only because its customers insisted. Now IBM are nearly synonymous with open source (whether it deserves to be or not)."
I remember reading IBM had a sea change in its top management + attitude and realized that they can't use the oldways, and pretty much changed to what they are today.
Why do you think IBM does not deserve any credits? IBM has: