"Many people claim that 'Linux is about choice!.' That's a neat
phrase, but what does it mean? Does it mean that you should have
the ability to twist and turn 400 different knobs on your Linux
install? That's what some think. Does it mean that you have the
right to choose Linux, or choose your flavor of Linux, and then
choose from the package sets within those flavors? That's what I
and many others think. There is a very distinct difference here
too. Let's look at it from a food point of view (one of my favorite
"Lets say there is a kitchen preparing for a giant feast. This
is definitely more work that one person can handle, so there is a
team of chefs involved..."
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