The Two Schools of Linux
Linux has come a long way since I first used it in 1996, and today is much more than a geek-only system. OSNews posted an interesting editorial analyzing the two kinds of the 'modern' Linux user: The hardcore (and elitistic) power user, and the desktop, easy-going user. The article concludes that the two schools need to understand and work with each other to together build a better future for Linux, especially in the desktop area.
(Submitted by Anonymous Fri Sep 20, 2002 )
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