Quote Originally Posted by crazycheese View Post
This results in any commercial OS based ON BSD code to be faster, better and more efficient than ANY BSD.

Which in turn has three multiple consequences for BSD:
- to exist only and only in shadow
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....and that's why Linux beats it. Collaboration and alliances are clearly outrunning competitions and wars.

In *BSD world everyone have to reinvent wheel again. Just because competitor wants to slow all "enemies" down and outrun them. So everyone reinvents the wheel. In Linux world, wheel invented once and then similar bunch of people improves it instead of parallel re-invention of the same thing. Seems to give quite an obvious results.