[SATLUG] Sustainable IT
astro at astr0.org
Wed Jan 16 06:04:59 CST 2008
Having a difference in opinion makes someone a troll? Wow. I guess
anyone who has ever disagreed to anyone else opinion is a troll. God
forbid a question was asked to further ones knowledge on a subject.
A fact is something that can he proven. An arbitrary statement that
"my os is greener because I didn't upgrade" hardly fits in a fact
category, espically when hardware can be recycled (a huge factor for
Granted I hate vista as much as the next guy, but posting something so
untrue and dishing it as fact is quite dangerous, as someone may begin
to think that the poster actually knows what they are talking about.
My Linux box uses much less power. That may make it greener but if you
aren't offsetting your power consumption by planting a tree or doing
something that will actually make a dfference, then your case for
being green is an outright lie.
Also recycling is a huge part of being green. Don't lump that into the
waste category because it is quite the opposite. What do you thing
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On Jan 16, 2008, at 4:16, Geoff <geoff at w5omr.shacknet.nu> wrote:
> scs at worldlinkisp.com wrote:
>>> Subject : RE: Re: [SATLUG] Sustainable IT
>>> The 'numbers' are simply the idea that Vista will
>>> not run well on most current business desktop
>>> hardware, and the result of replacing all the
>>> machines will create a lot of waste (from the older
>>> desktops that will need to be recycled or disposed of in some way.)
>> Totally agree Ernie, seems the troll is at it again.
> An Internet troll, or simply troll in Internet slang, is someone who
> posts controversial messages in an online community, such as an online
> discussion forum, with the intention of baiting other users into an
> emotional response.
> In other words, a 'pot-stirrer'.
> Unfortunately, I've done -my- part to feed the troll. Please, don't
> anyone else make my mistake.
> Let it drop, let it die, don't reply to troll posts and maybe it'll
> go away.
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