* FBSD UG <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> [2008-11-17 01:20:47 +0100]:

On 17 nov 2008, at 01:02, Wojciech Puchar wrote:

Learn from other's mistakes (like linux,netbsd), instead of repeating
and repeating the same mistake again.

why not learn from where it went wrong and do it better?  If FreeBSD
becomes popular we'll have to deal with it sooner or later

I don't want to fan the flames, but isn't that exactly what Wojciech is
suggesting?  That Linux went wrong when it began to cater too much to
the perceived need to give former Windows users a "user-friendly"

Anyway, I suspect that this discussion more properly belongs on the
advocacy mailing list. The OP's question probably should have been
directed there in the first place.
Let's drop it here, and get back to answering the kind of howto
questions where this list excels.

-- Charlie
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