Linked by Christian Paratschek on Thu 23rd Sep 2004 05:59 UTC
Editorial After reading Adam Scheinberg's original article "The Paradox of Choice" and Kevin Russo's response, I want to add my personal comments to this discussion. I will quote Adam and Russo several times and pick up their arguments.
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by Sardaukar on Fri 24th Sep 2004 01:33 UTC

Well, it seems the other user replied to your comments before I did. I'd have to agree with him though =)

"You misinterpreted my comments and well congratulations if you 7 year daughter can install software on linux. She must be a genius."

No, my sister definitely is NOT a genious. Anyone who cannot use Yast is also unable to install programs in windows. In fact, yast can be a lot easier. If you have a knowledgable IT staff, well than running bsd or linux on your servers *will* cut costs. Of course, a dumb Windows admin or UNIX admin are likely to raise operating costs as well as give each os a bad name.