Re: [hackers-il] what the heck we"re gonna hack tomorrow?
- --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Omer Zak <omerz@a...> wrote:
> > 5. Official linux distribution of this list will be Debian. Useof any
> > other distro will be considered harmful (user will be executedfrom
> > list, or hurt in any other way, or sold to Oracle)invoke
> This contradicts your statement that the list shall be a level of
> abstraction higher than the Linux-IL mailing list. The list should
> information hiding principles, and decline to specify an officialLinux
> distribution. It should even decline to specify Linux to theexclusion of
> FreeBSD, NetBSD, OpenBSD and the Hurd.I'll second this. After all, isn't this list interested in other
Heck, some hackers don't _know_ Unix, but are definitely hackers.
I personally know quite a few. Some hackers create hacks that
operating systems. I really think it would miss the point to devote
exclusively to Unix hackery, albeit it's a probable focus.
My OS of choice is Unix, but I don't run one most of the time. My
hacking language is Perl, but I mostly hack in English.