Actually, I agree with this. Linux has turned into an interesting research OS. It's lost interest as a
stable system. And the focus on fun code vs tight code or efficient code means that its just a
matter of time until some lurking issue surfaces and with a big piece of humble pie.
That being said, it's still fascinating to follow the developments and see them feeling their way
towards the future. There should be a parallel group merging the work of the distributors back into
the main line.
I've moved to OpenBSD - lots of interesting stuff to play with, compatible enough, yet so totally
stable that I can run my firewalls/public servers on it and simply forget about it.
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