>From: Erich Dollansky [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]
>Sent: Thursday, June 23, 2005 2:05 AM
>To: Ted Mittelstaedt
>Cc: Fafa Hafiz Krantz; [EMAIL PROTECTED]; [EMAIL PROTECTED]
>Subject: Re: Explaining FreeBSD features
>> _I_ don't. Who does?
>Some do a logo contest to make FreeBSD more appearing, there is some
>activity going in.
Most of the rank and file argued long against that contest.
>> Why should I study the drivers manual before getting a
>I do not know why people do it. I just learned driving in a
I didn't say "learned driving" I said "get a license" You have
to learn what's in the manual to pass the test to get the license.
>> That is correct. I don't allow someone to cut into my body until they
>> have carefully explained how the whole procedure works and I
>> it. I'm surprised you do.
>There is another difference. I asked 'my' surgeon a simple
>many died in your hands doing this. The number wasn't zero but within
>avarage. With other words, I just trust them.
It's not a question of trust, it's a question of do I understand what
is going to happen. I find post-operative pain a lot easier to bear
when I know why it's hurting.
>Yes, but there is a small difference to FreeBSD's use by others: they
>are not forced to use FreeBSD and they should be used to RTFM.
>There are so many people out there who do not understand things this
>way. Just allow them with some help from others who are willing to help.
Ah, but help on who's terms? Telling a newbie to RTFM for an answer that
he asks which is in the manual IS help.
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