On Mon, 1 Jun 2020 19:00:54 +0100
Ian <ian(a)lovingboth.com> wrote:
Would we have Ubuntu if Mark Shuttleworth hadn't
got far too much
money for selling Thwate?
I remember people who'd been staunch Debian supporters selling out to
help create ubuntu. I'd come to Linux from OS/2 and had used distros
like redhat but once I'd been introduced to the Debian philosophy I was
hooked and have not used or wanted to use anything else for the last
30??? years. I have HantsLUG to thank for that.
I'm just a user, the closest I've been to writing a line of code has
been writing spreadsheet macros or designing websites from scratch.
There was a time when Debian had the reputation for being hard to setup
and use but that hasn't been true for years.