guy wrote:But it is a bit hypocritical of the BBC to plug OSS. (hypocritical? How can that be when iPlayer has such a reputation for open standards compliance and OSS licensing?)
AndyBaxman wrote:Oh, and don't get me started on F1. Feel completely shafted. Do I want to watch half the races? No! Do I want to (or even afford to) cough up £400+ to the Murdoch empire to watch the other half (about £40 a race, 'cos I have no other use for Sky), not a chance!
So, despite watching almost every race since the days of Mansell, I'm probably not going to bother next year.
nordle wrote:As for gov involvement in OSS. I remember typing a fairly long and waffly post (as per) in August 2004 on this forum about why OS "won't make huge in-roads in local gov for at least another 5 years". Looking back, some of the post was fairly offensive.
On the flip side, in that time, my Dad is now using it, my Uncle was (until he passed away), my brother is.
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