On Tue, 25 Dec 2012 15:49:53 -0700, "Wesley J. Landaker" writes: >>> Debian documentation is a joke. It constantly refers to Debian >>> versions by their nick names, and not their versions. >> Right, more or less like the Windows documentation authors, where it's >> clear that 3.11 < 95 < 98 < ME < XP < Vista < 7 < 8. Or of the MacOS >> documentation authors, where everybody knows the respective positions >> of the Pumas, Tigers, Cheetas, Panthers and other such animals. Or of >> the Ubuntu Double-Daring Synchronized Snakes. >Oooh, don't forget 2000 and NT. (I'm not sure you can put those in a linear >list, though!) Parallel tracks, off the top of my head: WfW 3.11 < Win95 < Win98 < WinME NT3.51 < NT4 < Win2000 < XP < Vista < 7 < 8 Next one can do a proper NT timeline, MSDOS and the non-Workgroups Windoses ;-) cheers, &rw -- -- Airplane travel is nature's way of making -- you look like your passport photo.
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