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A good idea. But -

Posted by: Anonymous Coward on February 15, 2007 03:08 PM

This is the first significant re-think of the Unix filesystem hierarchy in over 30 years. I've been doing programming in the Unix environment since 1977 (and for "Linux" zealots, the GNU environment pretty much duplicates the Unix environment), and I wish this re-think had happened 20 years ago.

The only problems I see are conservatism and inertia. Unfortunately, those are the strongest forces known to sociology.


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