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/smg/ - software minimalism general Anonymous 22/08/20(Sat)21:30 No. 18322 ID: c59683

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For discussing software minimalism.
>What is computing minimalism?

>Why is software minimalism good?
- Fewer bugs
- Better performance
- Lower memory footprint
- Better maintainability
- Higher scalability
- Longer software lifetime
- Smaller attack surface

>Who hates software minimalism?
- Script kiddies (Muh Kali Linux)
- Normies (Your local tinder slut or Chad)
- Glowniggers (Take the vax, goyslop)
- Corporate Programmers (FAANG diversity hires & pajeets)

>Website development

>List of minimal OSes and distros
- OpenBSD
- Gentoo Linux
- Alpine Linux
- Temple OS

>Useful links

Anonymous 22/12/02(Fri)22:46 No. 18394 ID: 1c6e63

>- Glowniggers (Take the vax, goyslop)
Herro, Andrew Auerheimer!

Anonymous 22/12/03(Sat)10:18 No. 18395 ID: 407767

Go back to /b/ you fucking retard.

Anonymous 22/12/03(Sat)21:41 No. 18397 ID: 220f76

>t. /kernel-1844 dev ops/
I know. I know...

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