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Rebuttal: 10 Reasons Why Linux is Still Flapping its Wings

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I couldn’t help but read this article and see nothing but errors upon errors. This follows right along with my last article, ‘Linux Needs To Change! So They Tell Me‘. As long as I see something like this posted that isn’t accurate for the most part, I’d be doing a disservice to this community by not correcting the errors.

The author listed the various points for the article in numbered sections from 1 to 10. I’ll go down his list as well.

1 – Lack of Leadership and Direction

Right away he’s doing what every writer does, he’s drawing some kind of parallel with the leadership of other operating systems/companies, and Linux. If you know anything at all about me, you know I want to instantly write off his whole post based on that alone. I’ll forge on though.

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