some and yes.
Linux being open source, will always be tweaked and customized, of course.
Linux programming standards
What do you think of the standards?
Do you think people will follow them (including all the big guys) and do you think it will help the movement?
Maybe somebody could enlighten me as to why somebody would not want to stand by these standards?
I realize there are some companies out there that like to "bend" the standards (won't name any names to their liking coughkerberoscough, but being a system developed by the masses it only makes sense to me to have standards so anybody can develop for it and have it work across the entire operating system w/o having to have 4 different installations to install on a specific distro.
Granted I'm not a business trying to make my distro "better" than the rest buy why not follow the standards?
Some "enlightenment" is appreciated
Standards, like rules, laws, godspeak, are subject to following said "standards, rules, laws, godspeak".
When following fails, all heck seems to follow...
I think standards will help Linux a ton (Rock on SuSE!)
Microsoft won't like it, but, as far as I'm concerned, if they don't shape up pretty soon, bye bye Windows!
With Linux, you get the whole house, not just the windows :-)
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