Regarding Ryan Naraines article “OpenDNS Fills the PhishTank,” why do we continue to make this so complicated [Oct. 9]? If you start by ensuring that [e-mail] recipients get nothing that isnt authorized, and augment that with some special-purpose aliases, the problem is solved. I know that I dont want to depend on other people voting whether something is a phish or not.
Here is what Oracles new commercial for Linux ought to be: “Weve already had years of experience providing support for Oracle. Try us for Linux.” There are a lot of former (and current) Oracle customers who have already experienced Oracles support. Red Hat doesnt need to worry.
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A respondent to an Oct. 26 eWEEK Labs blog in which Advanced Technologies Analyst Jason Brooks called Oracles announced support for Red Hat Linux “open source in action” had a similar take:
I appreciate the views in this blog posting, but I have to disagree with the idea that this will help Red Hat. Red Hat is now the victim of a seriously flawed ecosystem.