It’s hard to be a real Linux geek on a system where you aren’t also the administrator. It shows that there is a strong focus on the users that /aren’t/ the developers, that aren’t the traditional audience of Linux. The geeks are marginalized, and that’s not so surprising because they’re the only group that’s capable of fending for themselves anyway. Everyone else is at the mercy of whatever hierarchy that they’ve subscribed to.

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