Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 5th Oct 2007 20:49 UTC, submitted by Flatland_Spider
PC-BSD Jan Stedehouder has used PC-BSD for thirty days to see what living with it is like. On day thirty, he concludes: "Does PC-BSD have the potential to be a serious contender for the open source desktop? I answered that question with a yes, because the potential is there. The solid FreeBSD roots, the very strong and very accessible information, the friendly and mature community and the PBI system provide the foundations for that potential. I don't think it is ready now and I couldn't recommend it yet to someone in the early stages of moving away from Windows to an open source desktop. But I do think that the PC-BSD team has the right target audience in mind and is building an system and a support system that addresses it's needs."
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RE[2]: Package Management
by sbergman27 on Sat 6th Oct 2007 12:51 UTC in reply to "RE: Package Management"
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Give me a break ...


So many gems in this post:

1. "so much more convenient."

2. Take Windows for example

3. "I don't mind every application doing it on its own when I use it"

4. "I don't care about vulnerabilities..." and "If you ask me its just paranoia."

Why don't you just go ahead and say it. You know you want to: "Mediocrity is the level of standard we should be shooting for".

P.S. Please stop sending me Viagra offers.

Edited 2007-10-06 12:57

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