|Clarke, you need to look into things a little before mouthing off|
Clarke Scott (who once applied for a job as a Microsoft evangelist, although we should note that I don't hold the Microsoft job application moral high ground)
He just comments that the community is less free as a result.
Windows is a trade mark too. How does having Linux trademarked any more restrictive that Microsoft owning the Windows mark?
Update: Clarke commented on this post to mention that I had missed that this was a quote from another site, which I am happy to concede. He also suggests the post was tongue in cheek, despite the fact that I can see no indication of that having re-read the post.
Update: Fixed broken link
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