"...Contrast this to the development and release model in the GNU/Linux world. Take a popular distro like Ubuntu, for example. Every six months whatever nice improvements have been made in the last half year are packaged up into a new release and made available to the user community. The changes with each release tend to be relatively small and gradual, but over time, you get significant improvements in the overall feature set. Since from release to release the changes tend to be gradual, your software by and large just keeps running, and you don't have to re-learn how to do stuff..."

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