On 28 Jun 2005, at 18:21, Joe Fitzsimons wrote:
> I still haven't figured out what niche it fills, other than for people
> want to play around with compiler flags, and compile everything
Let me enlighten you there - the niche it fills is the one in the Linux
world which corresponds to that filled by overclockers in the PC
hardware enthusiast world. A lot of time and effort expended for a very
small return, but if they (overclockers and Gentoo users) enjoy the
journey, who are we to gainsay them.
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