On Wed, May 26, 2010 at 5:40 PM, Baho Utot <firstname.lastname@example.org>wrote:
> On 05/26/10 07:27, Joerg Schilling wrote:
> Do you really like to use extremely outdated, buggy and dead code?
> Here here !
After all, this is open source ! Tts the *community *that decides what they
want to do, not the other way around. If the community decides to use a
buggy piece of software, so be it. Besides, (even though what i'm about to
say is contradictory to 'the arch way' that uses a rolling release model and
delivers the latest stable software) new, up-to-date, latest generation
software doesn't necessarily mean its good software.
I myself must confess that I didn't even know which package I was using for
burning CDs from the command line. But after reading through this thread, I
will definetily go reserach the differences compare them (both technical and
legal sides) for myself.
P.S: I am sorry for adding yet another post to a thread that should just be
"All musicians are drug addicts, no question about it. The ecstasy we get
during a concert is proof enough.
yet there is a slight difference between us, the musicians, and the typical
Instead of consuming powder, we consume vibrations"
Gregory Eric Sanderson Turcot Temlett MacDonnell Forbes