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I think I understood your message quite clearly. My response was to the
individual who had already responded to you and said:
In the Land of the Free and the Home of the Brave, it is just considered
bad taste to have
to use "pre-printed opinions" that come with carefully detailed
since we know how Microsoft regards it's users, it comes as no surprise
to me that Microsoft
doesn't trust any of them to speak for themselves.
This person was not aware that the action he was criticizing was already
taken by the CPT.
Our email that was posted by Mr. Love to the list was not intended for
this list, although I don't mind it here. Our email was from the AMSP
to its members, and in that context, asking the member companies to
participate is exactly what the AMSP was formed to do - take a
leadership role within the AMSP community.
I have enjoyed your posts and look to see more. As far as the AMSP's
email is concerned, we did not post it here, but rather an employee of
the CPT did. Obviously, the CPT saw some value in it being posted here,
PR and all.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Roberto Di Cosmo [SMTP:Roberto.Di.Cosmo@ens.fr]
> Sent: Friday, November 07, 1997 12:24 PM
> To: DHamilton@baydweller.com
> Cc: Multiple recipients of list
> Subject: Re: Incredible
> Please read again my mail: I am *not* an US citizen and I was
> asking for explanations, not willing to start a flame war.