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  • #71
    Originally posted by deep View Post

    Or maybe being a free thinker is difficult for you?

    Some things to consider:

    What are the qualifications/credentials of those on Debian Med? Or are they just sweaty online randos?

    What/Who is the target audience that Debian thinks this is the solution for?

    Do those in the science/academic field not know the tools they want/need/should be using?
    "Lol. This app has a sciency name, let's use this from Debian Med for genetic analysis. "

    Who approved this and how much funding was redirected for this? Or does the Debian money printer go brrrrrrrrrr.
    HA HA HA HA HA HA. Stop watching the wrong side of youtube. In case you haven't noticed, there are TONS of software in the Debian repositories written for gene sequencing and such. Could it be because of the Debian Med needs such software? Could it be these are the pieces of open source software that are used in such studies? I think it's actually really freaking cool that 1) Scientists LOVE Open Source software. 2) That Debian is the base for such software to run.

    They also have software for mapping and archeology usage too. Just because you're a 'free thinker' suddenly this is a bad thing for Debian to be used by Scientists? Oh wait, Scientists are those villainous people who guard the edge of the flat earth, right???

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    • #72
      Originally posted by sdack View Post
      And when you have done this try doing it with 50,000 packages.
      I plan to. Although, it is probable that the result won't reach you.

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      • #73
        Originally posted by sdack View Post
        And when you have done this try doing it with 50,000 packages.
        It is impossible for 50,000 packages to be conflict-free without a special-purpose filesystem and additional conflict resolution methods.

        Isn't http://nixos.org superior to Debian?

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