Short bio: Computer Scientist, FOSS supporter (read more)
Tux Machines (TM)-specific
I'm sure everyone's read of M$ latest security blunder relating to it's media player, but I particularly like David Coursey's stance. He says, "By focusing not on the largest number of potential victims but on patching its most current software, Microsoft reveals its tendency to "encourage" customers to buy new software by letting them sway in the breeze for a while."
While this is all well and good, he goes on to speak of it in comparison to open source response times.
He doesn't spend a lot of time analyzing open source, however he makes a good point. We were due for a good M$ bashing.