Why FreeBSD not popular on hardware vendors

Wojciech Puchar wojtek at wojtek.tensor.gdynia.pl
Mon Dec 15 03:53:13 PST 2008

> That might be a valid concern if your notion of "off topic" didn't
> include things that pretty much everyone else seems to think is on topic
> enough to fit into this list.

do we have to start deciding what's "on-topic" by voting?
>> i don't mean moderation like removing one opinions and not others. But
>> removing off-topic messages, that are 95% now or more.
> 1. When moderation is increased, so too are false positives -- like
> removing statements of opinion that shouldn't be removed.

there are always false positives. but everything is better than 
"democracy"=what most say is right is considered right.

> 2. Your idea of "off topic" seems to include stuff relevant to FreeBSD.

not revelant. will you start support my program just because it can be 
compiled on FreeBSD? it's nonsense.

so stop supporting third party non-freebsd specific software just because 
it can be compiled under FreeBSD!!

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