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Linux Needs More Haters!

Filed under: General Linux — TheLinuxBlog.com at 1:54 pm on Friday, July 18, 2008

In response to Jeremy Allison from ZDNet’s Blogs who claims not to be a blogger! Sorry, I thought about saying I have a “column” too but it just doesn’t work when you have “blog” in your URL. But onto the main topic of this post: LinuxHater!

I’m read linuxhater and I’m still a luser. Linux is the operating system that people love to hate. If you haven’t ever read http://linuxhater.blogspot.com before I’d give it a look. Its a great read, and I don’t think that Linux users should take it to heart, I can understand that some people may get upset from the effort that they personally put into a project, but if your not willing to admit your flaws where is the room for growth?

To improve criticism is needed and the LinuxHater blog definitely has lots to say and doesn’t always go about discussing the issues in a dignified way, but if you read it in good fun its great!





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2 Comments »

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Comment by Andrew

July 21, 2008 @ 4:45 pm

looks like the site was taken down.

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Comment by Aaron

August 2, 2008 @ 10:51 am

I think that the overall reason people hate linux with a burning passion is that they simply don’t understand it, especially as linux users ‘lusers’ will open the terminal and start making things happen like a magician. I’m sure if most of these ‘haters’ used a simpler release like Ubuntu and see all the neat things that can be done with it, they’d probably be more accepting. Ubuntu is really a fantastic turning point in the linux world as manufacturers such as dell are putting it on their machines. One step closer to a version of the OS that can compete head on with Microsoft and Apple OS. Nifty.

Aaron
http://www.backwoodshorror.com

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