Mon Nov 8 17:24:27 PST 2004
<quote who="Matthew Galgoci">
> > Yes, I heard you the first time without the name-calling, and I think
> > I've made it pretty clear why that's not a sensible answer to the
> > question I raised. Since *forever*, Debian has had the most important
> > packages on the first CD, and you can elect to install packages on
> > further CDs if you so require. So to install something useful, (a) you
> > don't need multiple CDs and (b) you don't need access to the net.
> An install without net access? You call that elite?!
I call it "emerging markets", which are themselves elite.
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