No i am not suggesting. That is how it looks like to me.
And what does it confirm? Excluding someone from which it seems cannot be trusted upon?
And like i wrote its up to steffen to correct this prejudice.... If he says that he will not violate trust then i can see no problem whatsoever.
What made me smile is that apperently he didnt made a connection between not allowed entrance and the sometimes very negative statements he repeatly makes about the Omega and MD...
Dgs, diplomacy and not telling the truth sometimes go hand in hand. We all do that at a certain point in our lifes.
Stan: I know exactly who Steffen Huber is.
The fact that he wrote cd-burn: he should be credited for that. But thats beside the point . He is not speaking as the author of Cd-burn but as an dis-satified Omega user...
Again the idea behind the Omega is quite different than a "normal" computer. If one doesnt like the concept but want a "finished" computer he or she should go for an Iyonix.
But dont buy the Omega and start complaining that it is not a finished computer. If he dont like the machine , he can bring it back to detlef and asks his money back. Thats what any other person would do. If i dont like something, i bring it back. But i do not "use" it and start complaining about it. You did allmost a simular thing...
(by ordering-off your omega)
Maybe you are confusing my points of view with that of MD. *I* said that is is an diplomatic way.... So when you are trying to lay *my* statement on the dinner plate of MD you are wrong. I do not represent MD in any way. I make no official statements for MD.
So its a slight flaw to say that this is MD policy...
"So why cant they get their firmware right?"
You are a programmer (correct me if i am wrong)... you know what programming is about. Programmes are very often updated. That has nothing to do with "getting things" right... Just with adding functionality, make things runs faster etc...
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