Re: Current RHEL fragmentation landscape

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I subscribe (pay) for a lot of things personally. Music, Movies, Anti
Virus, VPN, Storage, etc.
But for my business, I do not want to pay Red Hat, Zimbra, or Google Workspace.
Why ?
Because the general rule seems to be
Oh! You are an individual, we will offer you affordable/free service
What! You are a business, we will offer you extremely 'unaffordable' service.
Because being a 'business' by default means you have a 'lot' of money to waste.

Just my two cents.


On Fri, Jul 21, 2023 at 5:43 AM Gordon Messmer <gordon.messmer@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> On 2023-07-20 04:36, Itamar Reis Peixoto wrote:
> >
> > my predict is that they will continue as a #rebuilder / #freeloader,
> > writing software is a hard work.
> > #offensive terms to the community :-), hide hat wrote it.
> No, they didn't.
> That term was bandied about on social media by people who were
> speculating about the reasoning behind discontinuing the practice of
> debranding and publishing packages from RHEL minor releases.
> Mike McGrath responded to the use of that term by social media
> personalities to explain that the only group that Red Hat (for better or
> worse) considers freeloaders are large businesses who keep a small
> number of licensed RHEL systems so that when they have problems in their
> production network (which isn't running RHEL), they can reproduce the
> problem on RHEL and ask Red Hat for support.  That practice is dishonest
> and abusive.
> If you're not doing that specific thing, then Red Hat is not calling you
> a freeloader.
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