The best post was from Philo:
Why does Linux *have* to be a market success? The market has Windows, and that seems to be satisfying most people just fine.
Is there a need for Linux somewhere?
I’m not sure I agree with the implication, but it is an interesting question. 10 points for being gutsy at least.
Personally I think there is a need for Open Source products. Not because they add value (some do, most don’t) but because they keep the big boys honest. They are the software world’s equivalent to a “running game”; it may not always produce good results, but that doesn’t diminish its role.
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