nealhogan at gmail.com
Wed May 27 22:56:14 UTC 2009
On Wed, May 27, 2009 at 5:34 PM, Wojciech Puchar
<wojtek at wojtek.tensor.gdynia.pl> wrote:
>>> Well, that certainly doesn't follow.
>> Actually, that one does.
> Don't bother, he just answered that after reading "wojciech puchar" in mail
> header, so he had to be against.
No! Unless you think that fBSd is the only functional/reliable OS. If
so, good luck making that argument.
Wojciech, I, like many others who have responded on this thread,
appreciate much of the help that you provide on this list. You seem to
fail (for whatever reason) to understand that your opinionated
comments may need to be better thought out. If you were the "monitor"
of your utopian mailing list, what would you have done with your
response to the OP?
>> If you use FreeBSD because of the OS functionality/reliability, etc
>> then trashy noise on the questions list wouldn't make a difference
>> in your choice.
> i can give myself as an example. Even no forum at all won't make me change
> But i want high quality forum, because i like new users who want to learn
> "true good unix" to not be stucked up by some simple problem with that OS,
> that by accident isn't described well in handbook or manual.
> That's for what forum should be, and why it should be moderated, and posting
> rules clearly defined for all users.
> It will be then FreeBSD forum after all, not
>> If you stop using it because you don't like the
>> noise, then functionality is not your high priority. Maybe saying
>> 'at all' is over the top.
> maybe not at all, but at least it means that such user don't see a
> functionality difference between FreeBSD and some other system, so he can
> choose because of forum "quality", personal taste, what name sounds better
> and what logo looks nicer.
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