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SAP man says he really really loves Open Source

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A SUIT from German CRM software outfit SAP has lit out against journalists and claimed they’ve wrenched his remarks out of context.

Yes, Shai Agassi, who is far from shy in his latest bog about this burning matter of the day, said there were hundreds of angry and misplaced comments in the entire bogosphere about his remarks, following a story on VNU Net.

But someone taped his little talk at the Churchill Club, and he provides a link to an MP3 so you can judge for yourself, he said.

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