Eu nao sei se o pessoal ta acompanhando o *estardalhaco* que a entrevista do Theo De Raadt ta fazendo por ai... ou se a maioria do pessoal aqui ja leu. Vale a pena ler, os motivos de cada um podem variar, pra mim valeu pela diversao e falta de nocao do Theo... (nao to dizendo que eu n concorde, mas sim q essa nao eh a melhor forma de mostrar BSD ao mundo... com tantas provocacoes...)

http://www.forbes.com/business/businesstech/2005/06/16/linux-bsd-unix-cz_dl_0616theo.html

Segue um dos pensamentos que eu concordo, do Jan Schaumann. Enfim neh... pra quem gosta de granada de mao em posto de gasolina, vai se divertir.

Jan Schaumann wrote:
George <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
I personally think Theo's on the mark, and it's great publicity for BSDLand.


I'm not so sure if this is really such great publicity.  In my
experience, people who do not already know (in some detail) about BSD
are easily turned off by overly aggressive and deragotive remarks
regarding other OS.

It would be easy for anybody to get the impression that _all_ BSD
developers and -users are equally aggressive and insulting, and I for
one would rather not be thrown into that melting pot.

In general, I prefer *BSD to present itself in a friendly, open and
mature matter that emphasizes it's strength, but doesn't insult or
ridicule similar or competing products.

-Jan


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