The Problem With The Linux Community
Nov 22, 2009, 00:03 (21 Talkback[s])
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"While I'm very positive about the openSUSE team I must
say that I am a lot less sanguine about some in their community.
Some fans (or really fanatics) came out in force ready to attack
the reviewer (me), to question my skills and even my sanity, to
attack Ladislav Bodnar for posting the review, to blame the
hardware, anything at all but the distro code which is, according
to some, "the best release ever". Fine, whatever, I'm used to it.
Writing honest reviews will never win friends or make me popular in
the Linux community. Some folks (way too many) only want fawning
fan reviews and distro commercials."
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- Linux Security Basics, Part 1: Authentication (DistroWatch Weekly #321)(Sep 21, 2009)
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