wojtek at wojtek.tensor.gdynia.pl
Tue Jun 2 18:30:53 UTC 2009
>> There will always be both of them. And that's OK as long as you can choose.
> Yes, I agree.
> I use Windows as my workstation, because there are some specific
> applications that require Windows to run.
You don't have to explain - you use because you want to :) that's all.
> Being able to modify software to fit our ever changing environment is
> key, and so is knowing that (for the most part), the ability is there to
> communicate directly with the developers.
> Another side-effect of using open source software is that over time, you
> learn how things *really* work. For instance, if you have garnered up
But this is not because of open source. Some closed source too - allows
you or even motivates to understand things. And some open source apps -
try to prevent you from understanding anything.
It's depend of certain product, NOT only the fact of source availability.
> Speaking of logging, open source applications do log...properly.
Depends of program. There are as much open source crap as closed source.
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