Comments on Interactive map of GNU/Linux OS and FOSS

September 2, 2008

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15 Responses to “Comments on Interactive map of GNU/Linux OS and FOSS”

  1. Ken Bannister Says:

    Wouldn’t it be reasonable to include Autotools in the development cell?

    Thanks for your effort in generating these maps.

  2. ajr Says:

    Very impressive, though I do question the links to wikipedia rather than more reliable sites.

    Did you have to generate the kernel map by hand, or is there some sort of automatic tool that could be used on other projects?

  3. hlb Says:

    thanks to the creators of the maps for their work

  4. Anonymous Says:

    this and the kernal map will be useful in a study of the linux system, “a picture is worth a thousand words”

  5. Alex Says:

    I LOVE LINUX,
    Thanks for your help

  6. anonymous coward Says:

    This is wonderful. For all the people who are not the ONE and have to still see the world in images, this is helpful :)
    Thanks.

  7. Marcos Munoz Says:

    Thanks! I’m in love with FLOSS.
    GNU/Linux.

  8. Anon Says:

    s/cleint/client/

    Beautiful map. Like your kernel map even more.

  9. Todor Says:

    Thank you !
    This is absolutely awesom and cool!

  10. Ronald Says:

    I absolutly LOVE this indepth Linux overview!

    1. Question, suggestion
    Are you going to create a “SERVICES DEPENDENCY OVERVIEW” of which parts of the Linux Operating system interact with each other?

    Why?
    – This overview enables “tweakers” to switch off the parts that they do not need?
    – This enables student to see the “big linux picture under the hood” more quickly and efficiently

    Thanks and keep up the good work for the community

    Ronald

  11. Rami Says:

    Great Job!

    A good start to understanding Linux.

  12. a Says:

    add kate and gedit to Text Processing,

  13. JP Says:

    Is there a reason for linking everything to wikipedia? Why not link to the respective projects?

    Interesting, but not very useful.

    Because Wikipedia contains more useful and clear project description
    and link to the project too.
    It could be useful for Linux beginners and for designing new software for Linux.
    It is like portal.


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