Messages 55xx


00: Re: [Freesw] Re: FreeDevelopers (Simon Cozens)
01: Re: [Freesw] Re: FreeDevelopers (Karsten M. Self)
02: Re: GNU and classified software (kragen.pobox.com)
03: Re: GNU and classified software (Frank Hecker)
04: Re: Spam [Fwd: How to get rich.] (Russell Nelson)
05: Re: [Freesw] Re: FreeDevelopers (Russell Nelson)
06: Re: GNU and classified software (Frank Hecker)
07: Re: GNU and classified software (kragen.pobox.com)
08: SourceXchange shuts down (Ian Lance Taylor)
09: Re: SourceXchange shuts down (Brian Behlendorf)
10: Apple and Open Source (Simon Cozens)
11: Re: Apple and Open Source (Karsten M. Self)
12: Microsoft: Closed source is more secure (Keith Bostic)
13: Re: Microsoft: Closed source is more secure (Simon Cozens)
14: Re: Microsoft: Closed source is more secure (Werner Koch)
15: Re: Microsoft: Closed source is more secure (Ben_Tilly.trepp.com)
16: Re: Microsoft: Closed source is more secure (Ben Laurie)
17: Intesting paper (jean_camp.harvard.edu)
18: Re: Microsoft: Closed source is more secure (forsyth.vitanuova.com)
19: Re: Microsoft: Closed source is more secure (shap.cs.jhu.edu)
20: Re: GNU and classified software (jean_camp.harvard.edu)
21: Re: Microsoft: Closed source is more secure (shap.cs.jhu.edu)
22: Looking for ELJ authors (Phil Hughes)
23: Re: Microsoft: Closed source is more secure (Werner Koch)
24: Re: GNU and classified software (Frank Hecker)
25: Re: GNU and classified software (Rich Morin)
26: Re: GNU and classified software (shap.cs.jhu.edu)
27: Re: GNU and classified software (Frank Hecker)
28: Re: GNU and classified software (Frank Hecker)
29: Re: GNU and classified software (Frank Hecker)
30: Re: Microsoft: Closed source is more secure (Stephen J. Turnbull)
31: Re: Microsoft: Closed source is more secure (Werner Koch)
32: Re: Microsoft: Closed source is more secure (Norbert Bollow)
33: Re: Apple and Open Source (Simon Cozens)
34: Re: Apple and Open Source (Simon Cozens)
35: Re: Apple and Open Source (Casey West)
36: Re: Apple and Open Source (Crispin Cowan)
37: Re: Apple and Open Source (Brian Behlendorf)
38: Re: Microsoft: Closed source is more secure (Lynn Winebarger)
39: Re: Microsoft: Closed source is more secure (Norbert Bollow)
40: Re: Apple and Open Source (Rich Morin)
41: Re: Apple and Open Source (Karsten M. Self)
42: Re: Apple and Open Source (Karsten M. Self)
43: Re: Microsoft: Closed source is more secure (Lynn Winebarger)
44: Re: Microsoft: Closed source is more secure (Ben_Tilly.trepp.com)
45: Re: Microsoft: Closed source is more secure (Brian Behlendorf)
46: Re: Microsoft: Closed source is more secure (Ian Lance Taylor)
47: Re: DJB [Was Re: Microsoft: Closed source is more secure] (Ian Lance Taylor)
48: Re: Microsoft: Closed source is more secure (Seth Gordon)
49: Re: Apple and Open Source (Rafe Colburn)
50: Quote of the day (shap.cs.jhu.edu)
51: Re: Apple and Open Source (Stephen J. Turnbull)
52: Re: Microsoft: Closed source is more secure (Stephen J. Turnbull)
53: Re: Apple and Open Source (Craig Brozefsky)
54: Re: Apple and Open Source (in private) (Craig Brozefsky)
55: Re: Microsoft: Closed source is more secure (shap.cs.jhu.edu)
56: Re: Apple and Open Source (in private) (Craig Brozefsky)
57: Re: Microsoft: Closed source is more secure (Dave Turner)
58: Re: Microsoft: Closed source is more secure (shap.cs.jhu.edu)
59: Re: Microsoft: Closed source is more secure (Ian Lance Taylor)
60: Re: Microsoft: Closed source is more secure (kragen.pobox.com)
61: Re: Microsoft: Closed source is more secure (Russell Nelson)
62: Re: Microsoft: Closed source is more secure (Russell Nelson)
63: Re: Microsoft: Closed source is more secure (Russell Nelson)
64: Re: Quote of the day (Seth David Schoen)
65: Re: Microsoft: Closed source is more secure (Lynn Winebarger)
66: Re: Microsoft: Closed source is more secure (Lynn Winebarger)
67: Re: Microsoft: Closed source is more secure (Simon Cozens)
68: Re: Microsoft: Closed source is more secure (Lynn Winebarger)
69: Re: Brett Glass on MS/GPL (Jonathan S. Shapiro)
70: Re: Microsoft: Closed source is more secure (Jonathan S. Shapiro)
71: Re: Why Microsoft Shouldn't Spurn Open-Source Code] (Tim O'Reilly)
72: Re: Why Microsoft Shouldn't Spurn Open-Source Code] (Craig Brozefsky)
73: Re: Why Microsoft Shouldn't Spurn Open-Source Code] (Craig Brozefsky)
74: Re: Why Microsoft Shouldn't Spurn Open-Source Code] (Simon Cozens)
75: Re: Brett Glass on MS/GPL (Karsten M. Self)
76: Re: Why Microsoft Shouldn't Spurn Open-Source Code] (Tim O'Reilly)
77: Re: Brett Glass on MS/GPL (Seth Gordon)
78: Re: Microsoft: Closed source is more secure (Jonathan S. Shapiro)
79: Re: Microsoft: Closed source is more secure (Norbert Bollow)
80: Re: Microsoft: Closed source is more secure (Stephen J. Turnbull)
81: Proprietary but flexible licenses. (adamtheo.theoretic.com)
82: Re: Proprietary but flexible licenses. (Crispin Cowan)
83: Re: Proprietary but flexible licenses. (Dave Turner)
84: Re: Proprietary but flexible licenses. (Karsten M. Self)
85: Re: Proprietary but flexible licenses. (Adam Theo)
86: Re: Proprietary but flexible licenses. (Dave Turner)
87: Re: Proprietary but flexible licenses. (Crispin Cowan)
88: Re: Proprietary but flexible licenses. (Karsten M. Self)
89: Re: Proprietary but flexible licenses. (Adam Theo)
90: Re: Proprietary but flexible licenses. (Danese Cooper)
91: Re: Proprietary but flexible licenses. (Danese Cooper)
92: Re: Proprietary but flexible licenses. (Ben Laurie)
93: Re: Proprietary but flexible licenses. (Elaine -HFB- Ashton)
94: Re: Proprietary but flexible licenses. (Karsten M. Self)
95: Re: Proprietary but flexible licenses. (Adam Theo)
96: Re: [Freesw] priorart.org (Bernard Lang)
97: Re: [Freesw] priorart.org (Karsten M. Self)
98: Re: [Freesw] priorart.org (Bernard Lang)
99: Re: [Freesw] priorart.org (Karsten M. Self)