freebsd-advocacy Digest, Vol 106, Issue 1
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Mon Jun 20 16:47:01 GMT 2005
> Message: 2
> Date: Mon, 20 Jun 2005 04:49:09 -0500
> From: "Fafa Hafiz Krantz" <fteg at london.com>
> Subject: Explaining FreeBSD features
> To: questions at freebsd.org, advocacy at freebsd.org
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> I am curious why it's so difficult to get a simple and straight
> forward list of FreeBSD's features, that normal people can understand?
> I am trying to write one of the largest articles ever to be published
> on www.PCWorld.no -- to only say good things about FreeBSD. But I want
> it clear what good things to say.
> http://www.freebsd.org/features.html is alright, but not the best.
> Using super-advanced jargons, it says what they are, but not what they do.
> At least not in a way normal people can understand.
> http://www.apple.com/macosx/features/unix/ aims more towards the general
> public, and does the job a little better. How ever they don't even
> mention half of FreeBSD's features.
> http://people.freebsd.org/~murray/bsd_flier.html is very, very good.
> I get the feeling though, that it ain't like that no more.
> Any idea, people?
> Fafa Hafiz Krantz
> Research Designer @ http://www.bleed.no
Unless you want to get into the more technical details, I don't know
what else you could be looking for Fafa. It clearly states what each
feature does on http://www.freebsd.org/features.html.
But this might help you:
Chad M. Gross
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