"Distribution wars are common among Linux users--the assertion
by those who use one distribution that what they use is superior to
another distribution. The old mine-is-better-than-yours-routine.
Never mind that most distributions feature more or less the same
applications, each group of users appears to think that their
distribution is the one that actually makes the cut.
"Such debates--if one is permitted to use that term to describe
what is more like a flamefest--don't stop with users. Developers
from each side are equally good at them and equally prone to get
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