On 23/06/07, Niall O Broin <niall at linux.ie> wrote:
> On 23 Jun 2007, at 05:32, Josh Glover wrote:
>> > On 23/06/07, paul at clubi.ie <paul at clubi.ie> wrote:
> >> Hence why we make fun of Gentoo users too..
> > Care to explain?
>> Maybe because they're such an easy target? Tragically, funroll-
> loops.org has become a search farm, but the wayback machine saves the
I know them well, and I was amused.
I use Gentoo, but not for performance reasons. Use flags are an
excellent way to provide, at compile time, just the features I want
without the kitchen sink. Hence many dependency issues are headed off
at the pass.
I am an Openbox guy, BTW. Gnome or KDE users might not mind the
kitchen sink; I'd rather leave my RAM to Firefox and XEmacs, which
like plenty. :)
> P.S. Josh - were you afraid the previous silly thread was showing
> signs of slowing down or something?
No, I really wondered what Paul meant. In the context of Windows users
not being that interested in maintaining their machines, it did not
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