[wilhelmtux-discussion] AW: Antwort: Firmenlogos auf der Website des Parlaments

Christian Bolliger christian.bolliger at id.unizh.ch
Die Dez 10 09:43:53 CET 2002

Schweizerische Strafgesetzbuch:

Art. 322quater

Sich bestechen lassen

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fordert, sich versprechen lässt oder annimmt,

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Vermutlich haarscharf nicht erfuellt. Dem Geist nach aber sicher!

Christian Bolliger

On Tue, 2002-12-10 at 09:27, Stephan.Berger at pd.admin.ch wrote:
> hi everybody,
> as a great fan and user of linux and other open source software, i watch
> your discussions with great interest. but i'd like to warn you at this point
> not to make yourself ridiculous. as one of the parliament's system
> administrators i can confirm that daniel schweizer is not too wrong. 
> microso~1 has provided us a free video streaming solution to broadcast
> parlamentary sessions to everybody, without m$ we wouldn't have been able to
> provide this service, because of lacking human ressources. that's why there
> was a contract which forced us to present their logo on our web site. this
> contract has ended, and the logo has gone. that's all.
> as much as some of us would like to change our intranet and internet servers
> to a unix or linux based platform, as many obstacles are in our way. we just
> don't have enough human ressources to migrate in a flawless and swift
> manner, our servers contain at least 500'000 html pages, several sql
> databases, several search engines, etc. 
> but our intentions haven't stopped, we forsee not to be exposed to internet
> information server's crappyness forever. we are making progress towards the
> usage of open source software. but you know, structures within parliament
> are more complicated that you probably might guess, and i'd like to tell you
> that your agitations don't help me much to get to my goals, they are rather
> cotraproductive and don't help to ignite the local v.i.p.'s sympathies with
> the linux community and your group. 
> thanks,
> Stephan Berger
> System administrator
> Information systems and new technologies
> Parliamentary Services,  CH-3003 Bern
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Claude Almansi [mailto:c.almansi at bluewin.ch] 
> Sent: Dienstag, 10. Dezember 2002 00:56
> To: mjaeger at iframe.ch; wilhelmtux-discussion at wilhelmtux.ch
> Subject: RE : [wilhelmtux-discussion] AW: Antwort: Firmenlogos auf der
> Website des Parlaments
> ROFLMAO*, Michael!!!
> This correspondance should be forwarded to the press: in these rather gloomy
> times, we must share the laugh with others. How could Mr Schweizer dare / be
> so stupid as to write "According to you, what is wrong with the fact that
> parliamentary office, out of thrift,is striving to obtain some services from
> partners in this manner [i.e. by putting up the Microsoft and Eurospider
> logos], instead of making the tax-payers bear the brunt of them" (his e-mail
> to you,  13.11.2002 11:56 )
> And then his  explanation for the disappearance of said logos: "You will
> probably not believe it if I tell you that the contracts with the two
> corporations, time-limited from start, have expired in the meantime. Yet it
> is so".
> (I've translated the quotes for the other non German-speakers on the
> list)
> Cheers
> Claude
> *ROFLMAO = Rolling on the Floor Laughing My Ass Off, for the puritans among
> you who never wallow in chat rooms.
> Wahrscheinlich glauben Sie es nicht, wenn ich Ihnen sage, dass die von
> Anfang an befristeten Verträge mit den zwei Firmen inzwischen abgelaufen
> sind. Doch es ist tatsächlich so. -----Message d'origine----- De :
> wilhelmtux-discussion-admin at wilhelmtux.ch
> [mailto:wilhelmtux-discussion-admin at wilhelmtux.ch] De la part de
> mjaeger at iframe.ch Envoyé : lundi 9 décembre 2002 10:44 À :
> wilhelmtux-discussion at wilhelmtux.ch
> Objet : [wilhelmtux-discussion] AW: Antwort: Firmenlogos auf der Website des
> Parlaments
> hallo liste,
> ich musste einfach nachfragen, warum die logos von der parlamentsseite
> verschwunden sind. man lese und lache:
> ----- Weitergeleitet von Michael Jaeger/iframe am 09.12.2002 10:43 -----
> (...)
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