A quality operating system
sterling at camdensoftware.com
Sat Aug 27 19:17:39 UTC 2011
Quoth Evan Busch on Saturday, 27 August 2011:
> > In most cases, documentation requires you to have a minimal
> > clue of what you're doing. There's terminology you simply
> > have to know, and concepts to understand in order to use
> > the documentation.
> See the Wikipedia page above -- the problem isn't one of user
> competence, but of poorly-written documentation that is fundamentally
> Have you looked at any of the documentation coming out of Redmond right now?
> How do you think FreeBSD's documentation stands up to that?
Oh please. I have to use that crap that comes out of Redmond on a daily
basis. They never think things through and only answer the most shallow
questions, and their "How to"s make their little "Was this helpful?" seem
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