Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 26th Jan 2007 14:57 UTC, submitted by iangibson
PC-BSD PC-BSD 1.3 was released on New Year's Eve. Dru Lavigne interviewed Kris Moore, Andrei Kolu, and Charles Landemaine of the PC-BSD release engineering team regarding the new release and their involvement within the PC-BSD community.
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RE: FreeBSD and hardware support
by Oliver on Fri 26th Jan 2007 23:37 UTC in reply to "FreeBSD and hardware support"
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Oh Jesus a Linux "zealot" ;)

You have quality with *BSD and quantity with Linux. Some small hacks aren't really any kind of stable development. It just works is Linus credo. It works because it's good handcrafted code is *BSD credo. But I do think this isn't something you like to hear. Maybe people like Alan Cox or Andrew Morton fit better? These people stand for quality in Linux and they are fightin g against the legions of "hackers", who don't know it better. Maybe Linux will mature in future, but it's a long, hard road - LSB is the beginning.

*per aspera ad astra* ;)

>Linux is still the best the future has to offer...

I see, a second "Windows" with all it's trade offs. Thanks. But hey it's opensource ;)
Some people like it to work with an os, others like it to tinker with an os - it's a free world, do what you want :o)

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