On Tue, 2006-03-28 at 13:36 -0500, sean wrote:
Why the hell does everyone think we have to take over the world?
We're just a little open source distribution trying to make
open source solutions. Why the fuck is that so hard to understand
without caling someone an idealist?
That's what I want to know. Why is everyone so hell bent on world
domination? This attitude has been around since I first got into Linux
(1995) and I did not understand it then. I use Fedora (and other disros
and BSD) because I like it, I don't care one bit what my friends run on
their computers as long as they are at least somewhat content.
I like what Theo de Raadt (who I've always thought was a little pompous)
had to say in a recent interview about OpenBSD :
"NewsForge: Why should someone use OpenBSD instead of another operating
system, besides security?"
"TdR: I don't really take any position of advocacy. People should use
what they want to, and I am not the right person to say anyone "should"
do anything. But hey, if someone is adventurous, check it out."
I agree with him completely.