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Linux "Over a thousand developers contribute code to any given Linux kernel release. It's a process that works well from a technical perspective, but it's also one that has its fair share of shortcomings. In a panel at the Linux Foundation Collaboration summit this week, top Linux kernel developers detailed their common pet peeves about the Linux development model. It's a model that is not for the feint of heart ."
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RE[3]: Sigh
by tylerdurden on Fri 6th Apr 2012 19:32 UTC in reply to "RE[2]: Sigh"
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The false equivalence(s) put forth, which were triggered, I assume, by the thin skin involved... prove my point in a hilarious fashion.


Here is a hint: if you know what you are doing. Chances are you can understand whether criticism is due, and thus you can learn from it, or you can ignore it if its nothing more than a passive aggressive call for attention from someone at the other end of another computer far far away.

Yes, some people are assholes. But that is a general human constant regardless of whether one is involved in a open source project or not.

Edited 2012-04-06 19:37 UTC

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