1. أبو وليد

    أبو وليد عضو جديد

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    ما رأي الإخوان يهذه الشركة فقد امتدحها لي أحد الإخوان بأسباب لكن أرى تحركها بطيء منذ أن تعدت 2 دولار حيث وصلت 3ز3 ثم تراجعت وصعدت..الخ والكميات عليها ليست كبيرة
     
  2. أبو وليد

    أبو وليد عضو جديد

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    بالمناسبة

    بالمناسبة فقد أكد لي أحد الإخوان أن مسؤولا كبيرا جدا في دولة خليجية قد اشترى بهذه الشركة بمبلغ خمسة ملايين دولار وبسعر 250 دولار ..0 (خبط عشواء) وأنا لا أبالغ بذلك فيعلم الله أن من قال لي قد أكد الخبر ...وقد نزلت بعد أحداث سبتمبر إلى أقل من دولار ..يا الله!! ويقولون وين فلوسنا....... أمريكا تعطينا بعضها بالشمال (والبعض الأكبر من دول أخرى) وتأخذ منا أكثرها باليمين...مرة تأخذها بحرب مفتعلة..ومرة بطلوع صاروخي لأسهم "داجة" مفتعلة وثالثة؟؟الله أعلم...باستعمار..الله لا يقوله؟؟
     
  3. بريد الكتروني

    بريد الكتروني عضو محترف

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    مكان الإقامة:
    الظهران-السعوديه
    كلامك صحيح وانا قرأت قبل فتره في أحدى المجلات الأمريكيه ان فيه طبيب هندي ناجح يعمل في نيويورك عمره حوالي 50 سنه ويعمل منذ 20 سنه في أمريكا وكانت تحويشه عمره مليون و ثلاثمئه الف دولار واقنعه واحد من اقاربه يعمل في هذه الشركه ان يشتري اسهمها بعد ان تم طرحها في السوق عام 99 واخونا قام واشترى بكل فلوسه يوم كانت ب 150 يعني اشترى 9 الاف سهم وعندما وصلت الى 5 دولار باعها ب 45 الف دولار وقرر ان يرفع دعوى على الشركه بتهمه تضليل المستثمرين وقد خسر القضيه وخسر ال 45 الف باقيه في مصاريف على المحامين وخرج من المولد بلا حمص ....

    بالنسبه للشركه فنظام ال LINUX التي تتبناه الشركه هو نظام ناجح واثبت وجوده ولكن المشكله انه مجاني وارجع الى هذا الرابط للمزيد :

    http://www.indexsignal.com/vb/showthread.php?s=&threadid=575&highlight=lnux
     
  4. أبو وليد

    أبو وليد عضو جديد

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    ما يهرول الذيب عبث

    ما ذكرته يا أخ بريد بعيد إلى ذاكرتي كلاما سمعته من أن مثل هذه البامج المجانية تكون لأهداف معينة ومنها مثلا أن تكون لفترة مؤقتة وإن طالت أي حتى تثبت فائدتها وقدرتها على المنافسة ومن ثم تكون بمقابل. ومثل هذه الشركات ما تهرول عبث..

    وعموما أنا قد اشتريت هذا السهم لغرض المضاربة فقط ولهدف آخر لعلي أقابل المسئول المذكور وأقول له أنت اشتريت ب 250 دولار وأنا ب 250 سنت أينا أحق بالمنصب ..مزحة فقط.ز وعموما أظن ال 250 دولار أرخص عنده من ال 250 سنت اللي لي




    وقد ذكر لي أحد الإخوان بعض المعلومات المهمة عن علاقة الشركة بشركة أخرى رائدة نسيتها لعلي أقابله وأستفسر أكثر منه.


    International Business Machines Corp. (IBM) increasingly has been promoting Linux for both network distributed systems and the mainframe computer.

    In a speech to analysts on Wednesday evening, IBM President and Chief Operating Officer Sam Palmisano said Linux was a key open standard that will provide the flexibility some customers require to hasten their shift to electronic business applications.

    The Linux operating system -- whose core code is open to developers -- is seen as an alternative to costlier operating systems from companies such as Microsoft Corp. (MSFT) and Sun Microsystems Inc. (SUNW)

    "I think you're seeing, as companies are looking at their tight (information technology) budgets and looking at types of server configurations they're going to use, that Linux is becoming increasingly interesting," Wells Fargo Van Kasper analyst Jennifer Jordan said. "The core of the server is cheaper when it's running on Linux than running on Microsoft because you don't have to pay the same types of licensing royalties."

    The problem with Linux -- traditionally run on desktops by developers -- has been the absence of tools to manage it in a network





    وعموما هناك تعاون بين لنكس وشركات كبرى مثل IBM كما ألمح الأخ بريد لذلك:










    وقد عانت الشركة من خسائر بلغت 15-16 سنت للسهم في الربع الثاني كما أذكر

    From incorporation in January 1995 until the end of fiscal 1998, we grew very modestly. From July 31, 1998 though the first quarter of fiscal 2001, we experienced significant growth as a leading provider of Linux-based solutions, integrating systems, software and services. Commensurate with strong growth, we invested in hiring personnel with Linux expertise, growing our direct sales force, acquiring companies, and expanding our operations, customer support and administration infrastructure. We outsourced our manufacturing, but provided support through our internal organization.

    Increasing demand from customers in the Internet Infrastructure and "dot-com" markets fueled our growth through the first quarter of fiscal 2001. Thereafter, the market for our systems products and professional services declined significantly due in large part to the general economic downturn, which resulted in downturns in, and reduced availability of capital for, our Internet Infrastructure and "dot-com" customers. This decline had a significant negative effect on our sales, margins and operating losses. We endeavored to market our products to larger "enterprise" customers, but were unable to make sufficient progress to build a sustainable business in the midst of a slowing economy and fierce competition from incumbent hardware vendors that were moving into the Linux market.

    Rather than continue with a business model that was not going to enable us to achieve profitability and would significantly decrease our cash levels, on June 27, 2001 we announced our strategic decision to exit the systems business and pursue our application software business. As a result, we eliminated our manufacturing organization, except for a small number of employees handling certain continuing obligations to systems customers, primarily in the area of hardware service and support. Subsequent to our fiscal year end of July 28, 2001, we made a strategic decision to exit the professional services and Linux software engineering services fields in order to focus solely on SourceForge. By exiting these businesses we preserved our cash through significant cost reductions. We expect to report an additional restructuring charge in the first quarter of fiscal 2002 to account for the costs associated with this restructuring decision.

    We have changed our business strategy and restructured the Company to be in the application software business and devoted our resources to develop and market the SourceForge CSD platform. SourceForge is a relatively new product and additional development and enhancements are expected in the future. An important marketing element of our SourceForge strategy is OSDN, a suite of web properties targeting the IT and open source development communities. It includes the SourceForge.net site, the largest reference for SourceForge. OSDN benefits SourceForge through product advertising on the web sites, sales leads from users of SoureceForge.net and the credibility derived from SourceForge.net as a reference site.

    SourceForge Enterprise Edition is designed for today's R&D and IT organizations. We believe it helps companies maximize developer productivity, capture and manage corporate intellectual property, and reduce development costs by addressing common software development challenges. Whether companies are building applications for internal use or software for sale, we believe that they face the challenges of distributed development, non-integrated and incomplete tool sets, duplication of effort, and administrative overhead. SourceForge enterprise Edition is designed to help address these challenges.

    The SourceForge commercial products are SourceForge Enterprise Edition and SourceForge Portal Edition. Developer relations groups in leading technology companies use SourceForge Portal Edition to create Internet sites that allow internal and external developers to collaborate. SourceForge Portal Edition makes it

    easy for hardware and software companies to support third-party developers with information, tools and other resources, and to facilitate application development for their platforms.

    We expect that revenue levels for our SourceForge software platform will be very modest as we begin business as an application software company. In the near-term we expect revenues generated by OSDN from the sale of advertising, sponsorships and e-commerce to represent the majority of our consolidated revenues. However, we expect revenues from OSDN to decline as a percentage of total revenue over time as the revenue from SourceForge increases as it gains acceptance in the market