Everyone basically ignores LUA as much as possible - not as useful
for large projects as Python or Ruby, not as fast as C. But
eventually every big C project wants a scripting language, and they
look around at licensing and features and choose LUA.
-- Dave Aitel
It's important not to show a smug expression on your face while
printing if users of non-Linux OSs are still dealing with driver
CDs or vendor downloads.
-- Don Marti
If you follow the Samba Technical Mailing List (and who doesn't, I
mean really), you may have noted a patch submission that came in on
October 10th, 2011. As often happens, a couple of developers at a
company found a way to improve core Samba code. They got permission
to submit the patches under their own copyright and the terms of
the GPL, and they sent the patches in.
It happens all the time in Samba, and we are always grateful. The
only notable thing in this particular case is the company for which
those developers work: Microsoft.
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