I stronly suggest we rename this page to something else. I have become embroiled in a discussion with a customer and their development team who do not fully understand the concept of vservers, and the management team is not strong enough to discern quality of all technical arguments. The developer is using the title of this particular page as an indication that there are "problems with vservers and we shouldnt use them".
The first line of the page does outline how its most often not vserver's fault, but the name of the page seems to summarize a point of view about vservers thats detrimental.
Perhaps we should rename it to soemthing like "programs needing vserver-specific configuration" or the like. Hard to find a nice two word one like "problematic programs", but the name suggests more negative aspects than it should.
- The way that I see it, "Problematic Programs" means that the programs are problematic, not Linux-VServer itself ;). A new title would still be good, but "Programs needing VServer-specific configuration" is probably too long for a page title.
-- (Talk/Contribs) 09:30, 4 February 2007 (CET)
How about "Issues with 3rd party software"? --Guy- 22:13, 4 February 2007 (CET)