Allow me to reply objectively then;
Here are some trending "News" articles in the "News" section at the top of the site that are not really news, and don't really belong there, that have yet to be eliminated, or moved:
I can see justifying this specific post as not being news, but in the past couple of weeks we've had numerous posts transferred to this section that are news, and some that are not. I was referencing that the majority of the news articles with "Linux" in the title, or OP are generally tossed over here in the Linux forums. This makes sense, but only if you on a similar level toss Windows and Mac specific "news" posts in their respective forums as well. For example, "Windows Blue" not having a start menu either isn't news at all, but its still chilling up there at the top of the site. I don't mean to be rude, but just spitting the "it's not news" argument in our face to any sort of opposition doesn't negate the fact that there appears to be some sort of discerning factor for tossing news articles down here in the Linux forums regardless of whether they contain news or not. I'm just curious, do we have some new rule I overlooked? Are we trying to avoid forum-wide drama and OS wars? Does a particular moderator have something against Linux? Just curiosity.
I'm not really offended by it, it just seems odd that suddenly, we have many Linux themed news articles being tossed down here. Curious more than anything.
PS I know, THIS particular one ISN'T REALLY NEWS - WE KNEW LIBDVDCSS WAS TECHNICALLY BREAKING COPYRIGHT LAW - I GET IT, ITS NOT NEW. THEREFORE IT ISN'T NEWS, but then again, neither was that guy that got shot down the street, but we still saw it aired on television and in the paper the next morning.