Linked by Eugenia Loli on Wed 5th Oct 2005 07:44 UTC, submitted by Dan
FreeBSD BSDForums interviews FreeBSD Release Engineering Team's Scott Long relating to various aspects of FreeBSD. Topics discussed include FreeBSD general issues, its academic roots, how FreeBSD compares to other BSDs - OpenBSD, NetBSD, and the ongoing debate on FreeBSD vs. Linux. Scott gives us his perspective on the corporate adoption and popularity of FreeBSD. He brings us up to speed on FreeBSD 6.0, its new features and enhancements, including Apple G4 PowerMac, AMD64 and wireless compatibility. Scott also discusses FreeBSD 6.0's upgrade path and release timetable.
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by Wintermute on Wed 5th Oct 2005 13:56 UTC in reply to "RE[2]: ,"
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Fair enough, though this doesn't apply to all projects, some projects like Firefox are capable of being user-focused.

Users serve no use but to file bug reports.

Well, with such an attitude you'll never be able to reach wide acceptance and wide acceptance is what you need if you want BSD to be truelly useable (even for power users, think of things like drivers for BSD, plugins etc).

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