sure ;-) its the strongest part and weakest part in same time....
Originally Posted by b15hop
same think in gnome vs kde vs unity... microsoft LoL'd about this because this make sure Linux isn't a real enemy.
because in "software" its all about Usability compatibility of the USER means an windows user can help another windows user but an kde user can not help a gnome user in graphical problems.
and not all end-users are master of Bash super heroes.
the open source community is the strongest enemy to them self.
andorid is also a linux but an incompatible version...
and so one and so one.
True. Someone once said to me sarcastically;
Originally Posted by Qaridarium
"Why re-invent the wheel?"
But I didn't quite like his statement towards some software I had made..
I know though, that such people who do reinvent the wheel are usually good programmers. They're not afraid to re-discover why things are done the way they are. So what does that make Linux? I guess that makes it something suited to people who crave to learn new things. Self taught people are usually people who inspire others or lead others.
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