It is an attention-grabbing headline for a post, isn't it? Here's the original, on Microsoft's Channel 9 forums.
"There is little to no innovation in Linux," says Yorkshire developer vesuvius. "One cannot afford to be as structured in an open source environment. Yes old ideas are used innovatively but there is no new stuff."
"... what are the innovative features that Linux brings to the table? For the recent Flurry of Windows 7 pandemonium here at '9, the debate was centred around design and implementation of features. We can almost always expect to be surprised (anticipate derision here) by each new Windows OS, what is it that Linux has? Why is it so great?"
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