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Former Microsoft programmer and creator of the upcoming "Software Wars" movie, Keith Curtis, is interviewed today on by +Katherine Noyes
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very interstinggg...
Linux: Complete Open Source.
I'm very exicted for this movie. I just hope this movie doesn't turn out to be a one-sided argument.
+yaser ahmed not true: please to watch Revolution OS

It is dated however. I look forward very much to this documentary.
I think software should be like audio CDs.
You can choose the CD player you like and listen music.
In order to reach greatness,you have to be able to built on what has  done before you. Software Wars.
I'd be much more interested if RMS were involved
go for it linux shot for the stars
Copy LEFT ... one step closer to a TYPE 1 society Kardashev Scale. 
Those visuals where absolutely ridiculous and had little to nothing to do with the subject. Just a bunch of stock footage jumbled together.
have DVB-C2 in stock good for Multi TV and other free to air TV


1.Full HD satellite receiver
2.DVB-S/S2 compliant
3.1080p display
4.Support MEPG-4 / MPEG-2
5.USB PVR ready

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*1080p Full HD display
*Compatible with MPEG-4,MPEG-2 output
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*Multi-bilingual OSD language, audio & subtitle language supported
*4000 Channels capacity
*Fully support to Electronic Program Guide(EPG)
*Support Picture in Graphics(PIG)                                                                                       
*Support Auto & Manual search and Bilnd Scan                                                               
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*Coaxial S/PDIF and optical S/PDIF Digital audio output
*576i, 576P, 720P, 1080i, 1080P Video Resolution supported
*Support 4:3 and 16:9 Aspect Ratio
*DVB or EBU subtitle selected by the system based on availability on the network
*Support High Definition Multimedia Interface
*USB 2.0 interface PVR& media playback
*Record digital television FTA program to a USB Flash Drive
*Software upgrade via USB2.0
*High sensitivity, low Eb/No
As comments on youtube suggest RMS won't be in it because of his, I'm sorry to say this, lunatic requests. Linux is not GNU. There are tons of literature regarding this as well as discussions. The movie is focusing on Linux so requesting to call it GNU/Linux is plain stupid. Plus calling blu ray out is just as idiotic as throwing away your toothbrush and washing your teeth with a brick. All the software I use on my computers tends to be free and open source. But that does not mean I shouldn't enjoy the creations of others. Like going home and ripping out my laptop's cd drive cause it's blu ray. In that sense I'm sort of glad RMS won't be in it.
To bad movie is never going to get funded. Not that it will change anything.
I am all about the singularity and open-source software, but if Richard Stallman isn't in this documentary I'm going to be a little upset.
I love opensource software, only problem is that there isn't alot of direction behind it. It's too haphazzard. I'm talking about the software itself not various distros.
+Mladen Mijatov Oh, damn. Nevermind then lol. That's weird how this isn't getting funded. A lot of people donate so much to the linux foundation but somehow a movie that will help their cause this much isn't getting funded.
+George Wofford I personally described the problem with Stallman. And with that said I am sort of pleased to find out that he is not in it.
"Even buying an Android device rather than an Apple helps move the world in the right direction"
Android is pretty good. It's also a PITA just like Linux.
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