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04.01.16

Microsoft en la EPO: Una Mirada a la Relación

Posted in Europe, Patents at 2:27 pm by Dr. Roy Schestowitz

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Publicado en Europe, Patents at 1:32 pm por el Dr. Roy Schestowitz

Una serie de artículos que dependen/provienen de otras fuentes

Microsoft at EPO

Sumario: Relacionens entre la Oficina Europea de Patentes y Microsoft son exploradas a fond, especialmente su inapropiedad

AYER escribimos acerca del tratamiénto especial de la EPO a los usuarios de Windows, después de lo cual recibimos algunos tips acerca de la alternativa Web, de la que ya sabíamos (y difícimente cambia algo de lo que escribimos). En realidad, un lector nos escribió para decirnos acerca de “Microsoft en la EPO” y explicó lo que basado en la Web siginifica dentro de la-EPO. Para citar: “Interesante post acerca de la tendencia de la EPO para fraternizar con el Lado Oscuro. Gracias. Es realmente absurdo que en el 2016 la EPO esperara que sus clientes usen. Sin embargo, la EPO está alcanzando; también tiene un portal Web, el cual es independiente de plataforma. Le importaría, “platforma independiente” significa algo diferente en el habla de la EPO; significa que tu puedes usar el portal web si tu estás usando Firefox (o algo llamado “Internet Explorer”, lo que eso sea) en Microsoft Windows. Necesitas una smart card de la EPO y un USB smart card reader de Gemalto (Gemalto ¿también favorecido?), pero la EPO sólo provee instrucciones para instalar el card reader en Windows. Es posible installar los drivers en una Mac, o en Linux, pero la EPO evita hablar decomo esto puede ser hecho. Por Mac, primero tienes que llamar por teléfono al apoyo técnico de la EPO, y ellos te mandarán por correo electrónico la link para bajar los drivers para ´su´ card-reader (la link no es pública, porque las Mac no son apoyadas). Para Linux, primero debes obtener el número de teléfono de un especial IT guru de la EPO, explicando quien eres y porque quieres usar Linux, y si el esta de buen humor te enviará su propia copia no oficial de los drivers de Gemalto para Linux, mientras al mismo tiempo te advertirá de las tribulaciones que te sobrevendran.”

“Le importaría, “platforma independiente” significa algo diferente en el habla de la EPO; significa que tu puedes usar el portal web si tu estás usando Firefox (o algo llamado “Internet Explorer”, lo que eso sea) en Microsoft Windows.”
      –Anonymous
Todavía estamos espernado de que alguien arroje luz sobre la secreta relación financiera/técnica entre Microsoft y la EPO (donde pesos y contrapesos no existen y el contrato presidencial fue puesto en la oscuridad cuando se hizo cargo Battistelli).

En order de equiparnos con información verificable e imposible de negar todavía estamos persiguiendo huellas del contrato de Battistelli (los cuales no deberían ser secretos en primer lugar, su predecesora compartió la suya) Todavía estamos espernado de que alguien nos arroje información sobre el secreto contrato entre Microsoft y la EPO (en IT). Apostamos que es sobrevalorado, basado en lo que nos hemos enterado en el pasado y en lo que algunos periodistas nos han dicho. La EPO es muy sensitiva en cuanto se trata de gente que explora su relación con Microsoft, quién es actualmente notorio por sus contractos CORRUPTOS y SOBORNOS (con fallos judiciales que confirma esto, así que no hay punto en mandarme más cartas amenazantes, Sr. Battistelli).

“Me gustaría ver toda la innovación de open source suceda arriba de Windows.” [¿incluso Ubuntu/Bash?]

Steve Ballmer, Microsoft CEO

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