Re: Adoption of Nix?
In article <firstname.lastname@example.org> you wrote:
> Hm, Nix seems to be born in academia, and based on by someone's PhD thesis, so
> there might be some good ideas to consider out of it, but the whole story
> smells like the promoter is trying to sell mercedeses to Daimler (i.e.
> package management to Debian;-) without getting the whole picture.
There are quite a lot home grown package managment systems offering
versioned program directoris. Nix is not the only one doing that. Those are
especially used in academia where larger multi user shell servers are