Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 11th Aug 2006 08:33 UTC, submitted by Rob Williams
Gentoo Techgage reviews Sabayon Linux, and conclcudes: "After taking an initial look at Sabayon, I have mixed feelings. Though, I feel more joy when using it than anything negative. One reason this distro may stand out above others is because it takes a difficult base distro, and opens its arms for new users who want to experiment. When it's all said and done, you will have a full functional Gentoo machine after the installation, topped off with a Sabayon coat of paint. What a great looking coat of paint it is."
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RE[2]: My take!
by AkiFoblesia on Sat 12th Aug 2006 03:43 UTC in reply to "RE: My take!"
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You don't employ those developers, you don't pay those developers, you don't own those developers. These developers do what they think they have to do. The code is available, they have the skills and they don't take away from you.

and they are causing confusion to newcomers ;)

That you want to jam the square peg of the Windows model into the round hole of the GNU/Linux philosophy, is none of their concern. If choice frightens you, Microsoft caters to people who want one version of everything.

most of average PC users wnat one version of everything when it comes to OS. their choice is more of which software to use on a trusted platform, and not an OS specializing on a software/feature. FYI ;)

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