Despite coming from a very rich and early history, linux OS consumer market share is less than 1%; and the community more divided than ever. What are we doing wrong?
I think linux users as a community are not as helpful as everyone would like you to believe. We scare new linux adopters, and scoff at any suggestions that might seem “window-like”.
So what if I don’t explicitly mention that “linux” is actually a kernel?
I should rather call it GNU/Linux.
We should only use open-source software.
Propriety software are bad.
Don’t customize your desktop manager to look like Vista or OSX. If you do, you are an idiot.
You use Ubuntu, you must be newbie.
X window manager is better than Y window manager, KDE looks like windows; you should rather use windows.