A quality operating system Trolling For A Quality Operating System

mikel king mikel.king at olivent.com
Sat Aug 20 19:01:34 UTC 2011

On Aug 20, 2011, at 12:47 AM, Evan Busch wrote:

> Hi,
> I make decisions about hardware and software for those who work with me.
> Talking with my second in command this morning, we reached a quandary.
> Ron is completely pro-Linux and pro-Windows, and against FreeBSD.
> What is odd about this is that he's the biggest UNIX fanatic I know,
> not only all types of UNIX (dating back quite some time) but also all
> Unix-like OSen.
> I told him I was considering FreeBSD because of greater stability and security.
> He asked me a question that stopped me dead:
> "What is a quality operating system?"
> In his view, and now mine, a quality operating system is reliable,
> streamlined and clearly organized.
> Over the past few years, FreeBSD has drifted off-course in this
> department, in his view.
> Let me share the points he made that I consider valid (I have deleted
> two as trivial, and added one of my own):


> Fondly,
> Evan

I do not think it is worth wasting important list bandwidth on your flame fodder. Therefore I dropped this off in a post to give it the careful consideration is truly deserves - 

Trolling For A Quality Operating System http://bit.ly/qUTAeh 

Mikel King
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