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OK i am going to paraphrase and take this statement somewhat out of context, but Christian did say “this is a removal of choice in itself, it is not bad at all”
Can you please explain to me the Author of the Response to the paradox of choice how his statements differ from my statements. I said “it (meaning choice) is not necessarily a good thing” or this statement “if closing some options were to make Linux more unified is that not a step in the right direction. And last “”eliminate choice in a “positive” way”
I do believe that Christian and my self are on the same team with regards to Linux. I agree with his article for the most part.