Doctor Smith wrote:
> 7 wrote:
>> That to me summarizes the whole existence of Open Source and open
>> operating systems like Linux. There is not enough closed source and
>> commercial engineers to create and maintain something as big as Linux and
>> the entirety of open source. Because it can NEVER be done through
>> proprietory means, open source has stepped up to doing it properly the
>> open source way.
> Yea, half done rushed out alpha level slopwware that the unsuspecting
> public gets to waste their time and possibly ruin their business trying to
> make work.
> Thanks but no thanks.
Curious how that "half done rushed out alpha level slopwware" is a huge
success in supercomputers, rendering clusters, web/mail/file servers,
embedded systems, firewalls, routers, and science experiments.