Shouldn't have too as the topic has nothing to do with server editions of either OS neither did the tests. If Apple want's to play in the server market then, yes, there are areas they are behind as well. But that isn't a primary concern for them. OS X server is there to manage OS X networks. And it does that EXTREMELY well.So, we can say that Mac OS need years to catch up with Linux. I should add in server area, but you didn't say before what you meant.
In YOUR opinion, others view having to disable and make exceptions in firewalls lame just to do simple filesharingMany people don't. You can say what you want, but firewall disabled by default is little lame.
Take the bloody comment in context. Read before you type.I'm sometimes quite lazy, but you said that Linux needs years to catch up and that wasn't just correction.
You started firing guns before you even thought about the comment.It's a pretty massive enhancement, not a complete rewrite that's for sure with more focus being put on openCL, Grand Central, and HD video acceleration (at least it wasn't when I left Apple a couple months back and the HD acceleration can be found on the new Macbook line). Still, linux will be playing catch up for a few years after 10.6 comes out.
which in the end you eventually agree with:
Btw. we can mention many arguments, but it usually leads to flame. I can agree that Quartz is probably much modern way than X to do some things, but as you said every OS has it's own advantages and disadvantages.