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Re:Why open source you ask.

Posted by: Anonymous Coward on April 28, 2003 02:36 PM
That's the most retarded thing I've ever heard.

Point and click is to make your job easier. You don't like it, that's perfectly fine. Point and click is not a skill, true. It does help, though, in getting serious work done with.

And what does point-and-click have to do with Open-Source? You have commercial Unixes too. You have DOS. You have a dozen more.

Point and click is vital, my friend, if you make your money the way I do. I do design. Tell me how I'm to design magazine covers without 'pointing-and-clicking' ?


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