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<li>...'''that''' you can install [[Uniform_Server|The Uniform Server]] without getting a dust on your pc or in your registry?</li>
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<li>...'''that''' you can install [[Uniform_Server|The Uniform Server]] without getting any dust on your pc or in your registry?</li>
 
<li>...'''that''' Taras really made this software for his clients, but later decided to make it open source and free?</li>
 
<li>...'''that''' Taras really made this software for his clients, but later decided to make it open source and free?</li>
 
<li>...'''tha'''t thousands of companies and people have suggested [[Uniform_Server|The Uniform Server]] be made a commercial product, but Taras refused them all?</li>
 
<li>...'''tha'''t thousands of companies and people have suggested [[Uniform_Server|The Uniform Server]] be made a commercial product, but Taras refused them all?</li>

Revision as of 12:54, 7 January 2010

Did you know...

  • ...that you can install The Uniform Server without getting any dust on your pc or in your registry?
  • ...that Taras really made this software for his clients, but later decided to make it open source and free?
  • ...that thousands of companies and people have suggested The Uniform Server be made a commercial product, but Taras refused them all?
  • ...that you can Install SVN with your Uniform Server installation?
  • ...that we spend nights and days, even our dreams, thinking of ways to make our software as easy and simple as saying A B C?