We differ greatly in our usage of the word "viable". You are using the word to describe what Linux is technically capable of. I am using the word to describe market forces and a profitable business model.Meaning, I'm a techie and you're a suit, right?
Indeed. I only state that that time is not right now.
That time came for some of us years ago - but maybe it will take the rest of the world another 5 years, maybe more -
But we probably agree that it's coming along, bottom line - because if linux were to shrivel away to an insiginficant level and some crappy monopolist can get their paws on the absolute monopoly they've been after, there will be no fun in computing - and I'll chuck it all and go become a bouncer, or teach english in China for a living.
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