Marketing ideas -- I have to strongly _disagree_ with 99% of this ...
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Sat Apr 22 09:10:03 UTC 2006
On Saturday 22 April 2006 08:16, Tejas Dinkar wrote:
> And not only that, everything changes every 6 months.
> If you tried editing your yum.conf now, it will be really different from
> what it looked like a year ago, in FC2
> Remember, between then an now, everything moved to yum.repos.d
conf.d is a common way of writing config. Same file, but split into several
files. Not much of a change.
> You obviously haven't looked at the code for OpenOffice.org (not that I
> understood it ;)
> Of course, that is a closed source program that became open, so doesn't
> And further, at least we HAVE the source, and we can change it, and I
> know there is a huge effort going on to clean it up. So yes, we have
> things a lot better
A lot of open source code is dirty. Who cares? If it works, great. If it
doesn't, then fork it and tidy it up.
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