That's the way!!!! The government must have a kind of protocol to allow OS
to be released.
I believe that Windows will no longer exist after that. LOL.
2010/1/25 <Valdis.Kletnieks () vt edu>
On Mon, 25 Jan 2010 20:03:03 -0200, Rafael Moraes said:
This is a subject that need to be discussed very carefully. I agree, It
should be "controlled", but, how far?
In particular, one must be *very* careful to not create unintended
consequences. For instance, in general the more regulated an industry is,
more risk-adverse the companies get - both because regulation implies
rock the boat" and the second-order effects of compliance paperwork and
issues. Look at the mountains of paperwork needed to get the FAA to
type-certify a new airplane as airworthy - what if Microsoft had to do
level of detail for Windows 8, the next release of Exchange, and the next
release of Office?
How do you make Microsoft "regulated" in any meaningful sense, and still
them the ability to ship an out-of-cycle patch?
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