I would hope that they were at least smart enough to keep any changes like that in-house. Trusting code they give you, especially a kernel module, would be epic stupidity.
Even if you're slipping toward disingenuous...
I do not think that word means what you think it means.
Please, don't start lying...
Again, I do not think that word means what you think it means. Lying means I have knowingly told a falsehood or or something untrue. I've done no such thing. Everything I've said is true from my perspective. By calling me a liar when that is clearly not the case would seem to make you both disingenuous and a liar.
If you assume things aren't true, and change only when it's "proven" otherwise, you'll believe nothing but a few demonstrated theorems of pure mathematics, and nothing else, including anything in science.
Small thing called preponderance of evidence. That also means quality of evidence. That is where being skeptical will lead you to the truth instead of something else more often than not.
I'm not here to present evidence for anything, I'm not making any claims, you are. You are making extraordinary claims, so show me extraordinary evidence. You've shown me none of value so far.
I get it. You've been told something all of your life, and the thought that something that big may not be true is scary. Don't troll other people because you have a hard time with it.
Aside from that, you have -no possible way- to know that no one has received personal evidence
You are stating that there is no evidence that the lack of lack of evidence is absolute, other than that apparent complete lack of said evidence.
Bravo, you doubled down on that and almost invented a new logical fallacy in the process, except I think that appeal to lack of evidence still covers this.
Still spelling Microsoft with the Dollar sign? How retro can you get?
I saved myself from typing 7 extra letters there, making it totally worth it. Besides, I thought it was appropriate, given that I am implying that after doing their best to ruin the competition, they will eventually start charging for all the pieces of it, like they always do. Then drop it without warning because it isn't as profitable as they want.
Other tech sites have grown out of this kind of adolescent nonsense. Slashdot never. Which is one of the reasons why the site it is fading into irrelevance.
Ya, umm, calling something adolescent doesn't make it so. Especially when the subtlety of the comment went over your head to begin with.
I get the Microsoft hate, but OneNote is free. There is no monthly ransom.
For now. It's still M$, meaning it likely won't end well.
It's not brilliant. It's stupid as shit and will accomplish nothing.
Except that now many people are talking about this, and about the absurdity of the music industry calling copied songs actual monetary losses.
Seems like it's accomplishing a lot, actually.
To get back on your feet, miss two car payments.