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Re: Is It Time for Tux to Waddle Away?
Posted by: Katherine Noyes 2011-12-24 05:21:33
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Now that Linux has reached the ripe old age of 20, it seems fair to say the software is officially "mature." Were it a human, after all, it would likely be allowed to drive by now, and maybe even to drink, too. Just as we humans tend to engage in a little self-analysis and image-updating when we reach major milestones like these -- updating ourselves to reflect who we have become, as it were -- so too, it may be time for Linux to do the same. Such, indeed, was essentially the point behind a recent open poll at Tux Radar.

Posted by: lev_lafayette 2011-12-27 12:37:30 In reply to: Katherine Noyes
How about a penguin with a laser mounted on its head?


The facts about Linux
Posted by: genes 2011-12-24 06:21:08 In reply to: Katherine Noyes
1. Freedom
2. Free
3. Community empowerment
4. Developed for the community
5. Secure
6. Green and environment friendly
7. Low acquisition and operational cost
8. Transparent
9. Inculcate the spirit of sharing
10. Solid rock data handling
11. No viruses, trojans
12. Easy to install, navigate and maintain
13. Modular
14. One store has it all
15. Runs across all platforms (embedded devices to supercomputers)
16. No blue screen of death
17. Many more
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