it feels good to be back ...
mayuresh at kathe.in
Sat Jun 21 04:59:08 UTC 2014
i am finally back in freebsd land, and it feels good.
after my good experiences with freebsd (especially the mailing lists),
i figured, it would be unwise to not give the other bsd systems a look.
so, i went off and landed in netbsd land, and golly, it was a good
experience, the community is quite friendly and the system feels quite
zippy, but after using it a while, i felt uncomfortable, don't know
what exactly, but, it just didn't feel like home.
i then moved over (back) to openbsd land, and golly, are they still
grumpy out there! but their system has been improved to a very high
degree, much better than what i tried out a year back, but again, it
just didn't feel quite like home.
so i came back to freebsd, and all seems well.
the system is well engineered, and takes into consideration users needs
from a very pragmatic perspective, and the best part is the fact that
it's almost a fully non-gnu licensed system. :)
so, thanks to the freebsd team and it's user community, for giving me
a reason to continue with unix (yeah, i was contemplating windows).
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