Il 25/11/2013 09:01, M Henri Day ha scritto:
2013/11/24 Urmas <firstname.lastname@example.org>
The article itself clearly states that the project was easily within
budget. Plus the organisation didn't have to upgrade any hardware.
See paragraphs 6 & 7 under the heading "Cost".
The report is missing the salaries. Also, there is no way the machine with
Windows NT could run Ubuntu 10.10, which is the ultimate Limux base. They
have to upgrade the old hardware out in order to do that.
«[N]o way in which the machine [sic !] with Windows NT could run Ubuntu
10.10 ...» One of the more absurd comments I've yet seen, as anyone here
can verify by checking the Ubuntu system requirements, available here :
Signature «Umas» is about as credible here as when s/he made statements
about Chinese glyphs....
Putting «Umas»' comments aside, I'd still very much like to know if the
Foundation is involved in München's migration from OpenOffice to
I have an actual machine which is pretty close to those minimum hardware
It works, and I sometimes use it. But work on it 8 hr a day? No way, bro!
As much as I love Linux, LibO and all, citing the operating system
official minimum hardware requirements is definitely _not_ the way to
prove Munich didn't have to do any hardware upgrades.
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