Re: Debian IS for the enterprise
On 21 Nov 2003 15:00:20 +0100, Turbo Fredriksson <email@example.com> said:
> Rubbish! Once up on a time, when Debian GNU/Linux WAS for the
> Enterprise (ie, it had the quality needed to call it an Enterprise
> distribution) we managed to release in a quite reasonable time. And
> Debian wasn't big, but still had everything that one could ask for
> on a server.
> I should say that SERVER is the keyword _I_ use when talking about
> 'Enterprise'... If you want a workstation, install SuSE, RH,
Ah. You want Debian to be the distribution that suits
you. That's perfectly fine. Iwant Debian to be the distribution that
suits _me_ -- a few machines, with firewall, servers, desktops, all
modes of use in effect. I am sure other DD's have their own personal
agendas as well.
Indeed, such different agendas working to pull debian in a
common direction has always defined Debian. Except we may have more
people in Debian now than we did in the days of yore.
Bershere's Formula for Failure: There are only two kinds of people who
fail: those who listen to nobody... and those who listen to everybody.
Manoj Srivastava <firstname.lastname@example.org> <http://www.debian.org/%7Esrivasta/>
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