I was going to let it ride, but out-and-out assholes like cmccabe really need to be dealt with.
>Doesn't MacOS have most of the same top-level directories as Linux?
No, as it turns out, it really doesn't. http://osxdaily.com/2007/03/30/mac-os-x-directory-structu.... It seems Apple has retained many of the directory names/labels, some apparently for "historical" purposes, but that in a number of key cases they also have other directories with similar functions but more informative labels.
In any case, I wasn't criticizing the existing names of root-level directories, as those would obviously be painful to change, but merely noting that an opportunity to provide a more informative name for a NEW top-level directory had been passed up. Make sure you know for what reason you're calling someone a troll or else you will provide a clear opportunity for someone to point out that you're an asshole.
>And isn't MacOS the operating system that user interface gurus love to go on and on about?
Oh, hell, I don't know; I guess so. I don't pay much attention to the MacOS crowd.