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SatireWire: Linux Community Agrees to Disband

Dave Aiello wrote, "Hemos on Slashdot pointed out this SatireWire article about the Linux Community deciding to disband after receiving reports of its impending doom pronounced by Microsoft executive Doug Miller in an interview with Wired News that really took place."

"I think SatireWire's piece is quite funny, but they missed an opportunity by not quoting a member of the BIND project. This is the project that maintains the most widely used DNS server on the Internet. Send me an email if you don't understand the point I'm trying to make."

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