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Re: Bug#834756: ITP: powershell -- scripting language interpreter built on .NET

On 2016-08-19 15:34:14, Dimitri John Ledkov wrote:
> On 18 August 2016 at 18:17, Marcin Kulisz <debian@kulisz.net> wrote:
> > Most likely I'm missing something but what's the use case for Powershell on
> > Debian?
> On more practical note - there is a bunch of tooling and cmdtets to
> manage remote service from powershell. E.g. to manage ec2 / azure. As
> well as locally hosted services as far as I understand (e.g. connect
> to / manage via remote API Microsoft what-not servers). I'm guessing
> this will become more relevant as more of Microsoft software is
> opensourced and/or ported to Linux - eg. as the previously announced
> Microsoft SQL Server.

Ha, so we're trying lure Windows admins to Debian under the pretence of 'you
can do the same from Debian' and then quietly make them drop proprietary
platforms. Sounds like a good plan to me.

Thx Dimitri :-)

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