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    Quote Originally Posted by b15hop View Post
    I LoL'd at this post. x)
    Chaos theory == Open Source.
    sure ;-) its the strongest part and weakest part in same time....

    the "chaos"

    same think in gnome vs kde vs unity... microsoft LoL'd about this because this make sure Linux isn't a real enemy.

    because in "software" its all about Usability compatibility of the USER means an windows user can help another windows user but an kde user can not help a gnome user in graphical problems.

    and not all end-users are master of Bash super heroes.

    the open source community is the strongest enemy to them self.

    andorid is also a linux but an incompatible version...

    and so one and so one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Qaridarium View Post
    sure ;-) its the strongest part and weakest part in same time....

    the "chaos"

    same think in gnome vs kde vs unity... microsoft LoL'd about this because this make sure Linux isn't a real enemy.

    because in "software" its all about Usability compatibility of the USER means an windows user can help another windows user but an kde user can not help a gnome user in graphical problems.

    and not all end-users are master of Bash super heroes.

    the open source community is the strongest enemy to them self.

    andorid is also a linux but an incompatible version...

    and so one and so one.
    True. Someone once said to me sarcastically;
    "Why re-invent the wheel?"
    But I didn't quite like his statement towards some software I had made..
    I know though, that such people who do reinvent the wheel are usually good programmers. They're not afraid to re-discover why things are done the way they are. So what does that make Linux? I guess that makes it something suited to people who crave to learn new things. Self taught people are usually people who inspire others or lead others.

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