brett at lariat.net
Sat Sep 24 18:23:22 UTC 2011
At 03:33 PM 9/15/2011, Allen wrote:
>If you look on Wikipedia, they say that the 4.x line was some of
>the most stable stuff ever made.
Indeed it was. Back in those days, they didn't jump a major version
number every three or four releases. They polished and polished and
POLISHED each version of the OS. The 4.x branch reached
4.11-RELEASE before it was shut down, and 5.x was nowhere near as
good. Wish they'd pick a branch (8-STABLE or 9-STABLE) and do this again.
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