[SGVLUG] SAP Training Courses
John E. Kreznar
jek at ininx.com
Mon Mar 30 16:45:52 PDT 2009
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matti <mathew_2000 at yahoo.com> writes:
> I guess this is one of the reasons I really
> don't like the SAP world a whole lot.
> they attempt to restrict the follow of
> knowledge imho where they do not need to
> do that. I guess it's all about $$$ and
> seeming worth the $$$.
Yes, the antithesis of open source. It's the attempt by proprietary
software interests to collect rent by holding others in ignorance that
makes them so loathsome.
John E. Kreznar jek at ininx.com 9F1148454619A5F08550 705961A47CC541AFEF13
"[What open source is actually achieving is to reduce] the ability of
proprietary companies to collect secrecy rent." -- Eric S. Raymond
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