[Meego-security-discussion] Arbitrary 3rd Party Code
pgupta at mobilestack.com
Fri Apr 8 12:18:48 PDT 2011
* Google revamping Chrome OS for tablets..
Google Chrome OS is a Linux based operating system designed by Google to
work exclusively with web applications. I can understand this as Google
So, Meego will be a "me too" in this respect.
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On 04/08/2011 11:40 AM, Praveen Gupta wrote:
> Given all the posturing in this thread as well as resource constraints
> in development of open source software, I am getting more and more
> convinced that "enterprise users" have to lean on Microsoft to develop
> what they need.. It will take "longer" for such features to show-up in
> open-source platforms.
> Open source platform have "serious security gaps" for "adoption by
> Enterprise users". Nobody in open source community is willing to
> develop them for free (for obvious reasons).
> I will keep quite now. I belong to a boutique firm and, hence, no
> cloud / influence.
Sorry you feel that way. It's just that we don't take your premise as
realistic or demonstrably accurate. It has nothing to do with boutique firm
That said, we do have Enterprise requirements and will be creating solutions
based on those requirements.
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