Why FreeBSD not popular on hardware vendors

Wojciech Puchar wojtek at wojtek.tensor.gdynia.pl
Mon Dec 15 04:48:48 PST 2008

> There are many constructive ways of improving FreeBSD.  You have already
> submitted 7 bug reports in out bug database.  If you think you can help

of which at least 2 was completely ignored;) (no even response)

> by submitting *more* bug reports, testing FreeBSD patches, developing
> new FreeBSD code or writing FreeBSD documentation, you are more than
> welcome to do so.
> Driving FreeBSD users away because you think they are 'clueless morons'
> does *NOT* help.

do help - as much as writing patches bug reports and documentation.

> You seem to have this twisted idea that FreeBSD is obliged to take a
> direction of elitism, that the FreeBSD Project is somehow supposed to do
it will take a direction of "elitism" or it will be a useless crap.
that's simple.

Elitism isn't really good word here, because access to it isn't restricted 
depending of where you've born, how much money you have, what are your 
friends etc.

You have just need to read documentation and start using it.

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