Dave Winer: I’m not happy with Leopard (Scripting News).
The user interface is quirky. The new networking interface is a big step backward. The firewall moved and lost features! That’s simply never done, you don’t charge customers to remove features, esp security features.
I’m not actually sure what features Apple has removed from the firewall (other than it simply not being on by default), but it has certainly removed features from products before. It’s certainly following an interesting product strategy.
For the record, I like Leopard, and the only bug that I’ve come across is the weird one in Mail which shows multiple instances of the "On your Mac" hierarchy.