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orngwip at gmail.com
Wed Nov 7 15:13:47 EST 2018
"Redhat, as it existed before the buyout, was all about complexifying
Linux to increase their consultation and training profit."
You really think RH could make 2 billion in revenue last year consulting
and training on their operating system? Its kubernetes, open ledger,
middleware, etc. IBM would build their own or buy a cheap one, if they just
needed an operating system. They are trying to make up for the fact that
their cloud offering sucks, get some good linux engineers, and get a foot
into even more enterprise doors.
On Mon, Nov 5, 2018 at 3:13 PM Steve Litt via Ale <ale at ale.org> wrote:
> On Mon, 5 Nov 2018 11:36:41 -0500
> DJ-Pfulio via Ale <ale at ale.org> wrote:
> > On 11/5/18 10:31 AM, David Millians via Ale wrote:
> > >
> > > Because after last night's "bombshell" I'd really like to hear some
> > > chat... _______________________________________________
> > That KDE is being dropped from Redhat in ... 6 yrs?
> LOL, KDE and Redhat. If there have ever been two projects that deserved
> each other, it's those two. In 2012 banished all KDE executables and
> libraries from my computers because KDE is a monolithically entangled
> mess. Three years later I banished all systemd from my computer for the
> exact same reason.
> Redhat, as it existed before the buyout, was all about complexifying
> Linux to increase their consultation and training profit. Those motives
> should have incentivised Redhat to keep KDE,and perhaps make it even
> more complex.
> Perhaps this is our first clue that IBM's Redhat doesn't need or want
> complexification. If so, the future of systemd becomes, um, interesting.
> Stay tuned.
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