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FLOSS Manuals sprints to build quality free documentation

Posted by: Anonymous [ip: 72.39.113.153] on December 23, 2008 06:57 PM
I've found the BSD variants to have generally good documentation, with OpenBSD's being the best, and FreeBSD's coming in at a close second. GNU software seems to me to be less well documented, and Linux kernel related documentation being the worst (the kernel evolves too quickly).

Still, I personally find OSS to have better and more extensive free docs than Windows.

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