Linked by Eugenia Loli on Sat 2nd Sep 2006 18:26 UTC, submitted by Mark
Ubuntu, Kubuntu, Xubuntu "Unless you have been living in a cave somewhere in Redmond you would no doubt have heard of Ubuntu and its many derivatives, touted as 'Linux for human beings'. Ubuntu has become the darling of the Linux media and has stolen the limelight from other prominent distributions such as the stalwart Red Hat and, the now Novell owned, SuSE. The question is why?" More here.
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RE: tired and repeated
by orfanum on Sun 3rd Sep 2006 10:22 UTC in reply to "tired and repeated"
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"STFU" has to the be most cogent, rational, well thought-through positive argument when countering any critique of Linux.

I guess I'll be modded down again, but I would say that "Linux Foreign Policy" itself has somewhat radicalised this generally OS agnostic user (W2K, OSX, PCBSD and currently Kubuntu and Yoper) into someone who is more and more sceptical of the vociferous wing of the Linux "community".

The article has generated debate, but what a poor debate it is.

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