Said the Blizzard marketing shill.
Like David Petreus, we can all now have a Broadwell under our desks.
Pick almost ANY topic and the parties are going to take polar opposite public views of it.
The entire distribution grid needs to re-engineered and rebuilt from the ground up. Hare-brained politically/financially-driven motivated patch schemes are like applying kluges to legacy code; yeah it might work for awhile, but eventually you'll need a newer system. Why buy buckets and plugs for a leaky boat when you need a new boat?
You forgot NT 3.51, the first one that actually worked well (by destroying the original POSIX-compliant IP stack in the process, you will recall.)
In essence I agree with everything you say. Do try to understand, though, that the U.S. Government has given people ample cause to be suspicious of their intentions and skeptical of their performance. I don't think they see
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Oh, my! Hah ha ha, please forgive me! Ha ha ha ha That's a good one!
Since SCO consists almost entirely of lawyers at this point, its just a question of which lawyers get paid...theirs or yours. Go for the less-lawyers solution.
Seriously, is there no limit to this barratry-fest? Surely the judge must tire of it eventually.