I dunno..Linux got _somewhere_ before big money came into it.
Like I said..when Fbsd 2.5 was light _years_ ahead of Linux..sometime after that, focus was lost. Perhaps chosing to emulate instead of innovate (work smart not hard) didnt pay off as well as everyone hoped. ..not that nobody worked hard..just that perhaps a decision was made to let the linux community write the new code and Fbsd community would polish it and/or emulate it once it was complete. On 1/10/07, Brian <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
Jeff Mohler wrote: > Not all of us can program..but let me ask this question. > > Linux is all volunteer, how did it get so far ahead? > http://news.com.com/2100-1001-825723.html Brian
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