After takin' a swig o' grog, JEDIDIAH belched out
this bit o' wisdom:
> On 2009-03-20, Doctor Smith <iaintgotnostinkinemail@xxxxxxx> wrote:
>> My point is not that Linux has problems, all software has problems, but how
>> the COLA loons go to extremes to lie about how things just seem to "work
>> fine" for them while a quick peek outside COLA shows this to be highly
The rich irony is that it is not Linux that gets the "paper over the
problems" treatment, it's Windows.
People generally think Linux has a lot more problems than it has.
Yet, those same people gloss over the problems of Windows, considering them
"normal computer problems".
> "bloat" is not a problem. It's a highly subjective point of view.
> I also stated how to "trim down" GNOME and KDE even without going
> to the relative extreme of getting WindowMaker back out of moth balls.
> "turn off what you don't use"
> How groundbreaking is that (like turning off the lights in rooms
> that nobody are in).
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