Re: What's your favourite FLOSS?
* Tshepang Lekhonkhobe (firstname.lastname@example.org) wrote:
> > * (great honours) [ Don't know what you mean here. Best overall
> > stuff perhaps? If so, GNU screen, emacs, mplayer and bash most likely. ]
> I can't say Bash is my favourite shell because it's the default, and I
> never tried anything else. Nevertheless I do greatly honour it, same
> as I do Linux, GCC, Xorg, and GLibC. None of these pieces are
> romantic, yet are all truly essential for any GNU/Linux system. I
> consider them the most important pieces of FLOSS.
Ah, I see now. I should have noticed that you had Linux in that
group, but I overlooked it. I think that may have tipped me off to
what you had in mind. In that case, I would essentially agree with
your list in that category.