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Sun Jun 17 17:16:06 UTC 2012
On Jun 16, 2012, at 5:26 PM, Reindl Harald wrote:
> Am 17.06.2012 01:14, schrieb Chris Murphy:
>> Please provide an example of a better option, with sufficient detail as to constitute a successful relay of the baton.
>> The point of the thread from the outset was to explore alternatives, but so far those alternatives are vaporware.
> why do people not realize that with using microsoft keys
> we are bringing them in the future to say "hey, look there
> is no reason to disable secure-boot, so now we make it
> mandatory without any option to disable it"
> you do not believe this would happen?
What I believe is irrelevant. You're proposing emotional reaction based on a future hardware requirement that has not been proposed, is not in the interest of Microsoft or their OEMs post-Windows 8 requirement efforts requiring the disable feature, all for the singular purpose of destroying a 1% market. And I think your proposal is highly irrational and without merit.
> well, let us come back here in a few years when the damage is done
Yes, let's have emotional breakdowns on list in the meantime too. Great use of time.
Clearly what every company wants more than growing their markets, is to have pissed off angry customers who were forced into being customers, because their prior platform was willfully destroyed in a wild but massively successful conspiracy. There's simply no potential for saboteurs in that market growth strategy. All for a 1% claim.
Based on this, Microsoft might want to, I don't know, blow up Longhua, to make Apple do a face plant. That'd translate into some real market growth for Microsoft.
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