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authorKylie McClain <kylie@somas.is>2020-07-10 08:34:13 -0400
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mutiny(7): reformat "Alternatives", rephrase "Uniqueness" slightly
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certain way on a *Mutiny* system.
*Uniqueness*::
- There are advantages that come with many sorts of distributions acting all alike. But, if you
- aren't a fan of the similarities, it means there's not much of an alternative for you to look
- out for. We don't all want a Windows, or a GNOME, or a Mac, and that's okay, just like the
- people that do. Keeping in line with the testbed attitude, *Mutiny* will always try to make a
- unique system that people can learn to appreciate for the differences.
+ There are advantages that come with many sorts of systems acting all alike. But, if you aren't a
+ fan of the similarities, it means there's not much of an alternative for you to look out for.
+ We don't all want Windows, or GNOME, or a Mac, and that's okay, just like the people that do.
+ Keeping in line with the testbed attitude, *Mutiny* will always try to make a unique system that
+ people can learn to appreciate for the differences.
*Alternatives*::
- In the Linux world there is often an acceptance that some of the system just
- sucks, but that's just what we're stuck with. And that's reasonable in some cases where
- alternatives don't exist.
+ In the Linux world there is often an acceptance that some of the system just sucks,
+ but that's just what we're stuck with.
+ And that's reasonable in some cases where alternatives don't exist.
However, *Mutiny* should aim to thoroughly explore alternatives when they do exist.
*Documentation*::