------------Once GNU/Linux officially supports DRM/OMC or whatever its called these days, it's over.-----------
I wish linux had gained prominence a decade ago because chances are we wouldn't have been put in between the rock and the hard place we now find ourselves in.
But as to your statement, it's too late. http://linux.slashdot.org/article.pl...id=185&tid=106
Also a concession gives us an opportunity to break their defenses open. That's how a compromise works.
I fully understand why this is such a bad thing, but simply supporting isn't a big deal. It's the enforcement of DRM in linux that freaks me out.
DRM is a great linux recruitment tool(or BSD, or whatever) People instantly understand the implications. I know I've done my fair share of talking to people about it.
I'm glad you're paying attention to this cause we are a minority on this and we need all the help we can get.