Originally Posted by SCollins
no, most linux software is just written poorly from a interaction standpoint. Obscure or clinical terminology being a large culprit. Little in the way of documentation, written in anything but jargon and the list goes on, Complexity isn't difficult, poorly written software is difficult to use period.
We're talking server side software you dimwit. The tools in question here are the same server side tools on FreeBSD and even your beloved Haiku.
But then anyone who doesn't know the difference between Linux, Unix and POSIX is clearly in no position to comment about the quality of FOSS development on one Unix-like platform compared to another.
Originally Posted by mushroomboy
Sounds like somebody doesn't like linux
Clearly he doesn't know Linux. He's a Haiku fanboy who rates everything against "how pretty is the GUI" and has as much insight into the internal workings of software development and FOSS projects as I have about intergalactic politics. He wasn't even aware of the fragmentation in BSD when he was blindly harping on about Haiku's support for "BSD drivers".
He's just your typical moron with a keyboard who loves to spit fire at stuff he's too stupid and/or lazy to understand. And quite frankly I'm sick of him coming into the Linux threads just to stir up his ignorant BS.Edited by Plan9 - 12/5/12 at 2:04am