Re: Things that Longhorn seems to be doing right
From: Roland Dreier
Date: Mon Nov 03 2003 - 15:56:36 EST
Richard> Yeah. Nobody should ever use a word that's spelled like
Richard> paradigm! How about "really good example..." (which is
Richard> what it means).
Valdis> No, a paradigm is "a way of looking at things" or "a world
Valdis> view". So this would include paradigms like "the world is
Valdis> flat" or "monolithic kernels are preferable" or "gcc is
Valdis> the only compiler for the kernel".
Actually "paradigm" has both meanings -- it may mean "example" _or_
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