Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 22nd Apr 2009 17:11 UTC, submitted by linuxmag
Linux "Btrfs holds the promise of giving Linux many enterprise class file system features similar to ZFS but with even more features and better performance. In fact, many Linux experts think that btrfs is one of the keys to the future of Linux. While btrfs is not quite ready to be your only file system, it is in the kernel ready for testing and is still undergoing very heavy development. In this article we will introduce the key features of btrfs find out how it compares to existing file systems."
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RE[4]: BetterFS
by sbergman27 on Wed 22nd Apr 2009 20:17 UTC in reply to "RE[3]: BetterFS"
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You completely missed the point of my post.

At first, yes. After I posted, it occurred to me that sans the "Common knowledge" remark, you might have been sincerely answering the question I posed.

Although I will reiterate that I find "Better" to be the easier and more natural pronunciation. (As well as the more marketable one, and the one preferred by the author.) However, people with different native languages find various different pronunciations of English words to be more natural. So I suppose that a vowel-less sequence of 3 letters might have a wide range of interpretation internationally.

On a slightly tangential topic, I had a friend, years ago, who used to correct me when I used the word "pronunciation", insisting that it was pronounced "pronounciation". It was so ironic, that I only ever tried once to set him straight. He didn't believe me.

Edited 2009-04-22 20:20 UTC

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