Snobby Linux Elite
Every group, almost every forum (not this one), and anyplace you can find a so-called “expert” has them. The snobby elite computer guru who looks down his nose at the newbies in frustration because he has to talk down to their level.
I dislike this attitude that as Linux evolves it becomes more and more like Windows. Linux is what Linux is. If it becomes too much like Windows for your taste, then build your own distribution. Only Linux gives you the opportunity to do just that.
I also hate some of these bloggers who believe that their chosen distribution is best and that your distribution is pile of worthless garbage. I don’t care which flavor of Linux you use as long as it works and makes you happy. In the end, that’s the goal of Linux.
Who cares what you call it? You can call it GNU/Linux or you can call it Linux or you can even call every distribution Ubuntu.
The goal is to promote Linux. To get the word out that you do have an alternative to the big corporation’s we’re-going-to-ram-this-operating-system-down-your-throat advertising campaigns.
So call it whatever you want. It’s unimportant.
Here we go again…
This is so petty and so pointless. If you snobby elitists would concern yourselves with the task of making your product better and not worry what the other guy is doing, you might actually produce the world’s greatest software.
This is such a waste of time and energy. No one gives a flying <bleep> what operating system you use except you. Use Windows, use Linux, use Mac, use whatever you like. Just stop trying to tell us that your choice is the superior chosen-by-God-Himself perfect OS. Because it’s not! All of them are flawed.
Which operating system you use is not as important as how you use that operating system.
The operating system is a means to an end, not an end unto itself.
Which Linux Is Best?
Here we go again!
So who’s right?
The best Linux distribution is entirely relative. The best Linux is the Linux that works best for you. That’s why there are so many different Linux distributions. If there was one “best” there would be only one, like Windows or Mac.
The “best” Linux is the one you that you choose. You have the power to decide. And if you don’t like your first choice, you can try another one. And it’s all done for free.
So which Linux is the best?
You are the only one who knows that.