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No Comparison Roadmap vs. Advice Minimalist vs. Maximalist Libre vs. Proprietary General vs. Domain-Specific

Landscape, minimalist vs. maximalist

Minimalist systems focus on the most essential aspects and avoid bloating the system with everything that may be useful in some circumstances. This approach makes it simpler to use the system. Being minimalist is a great attribute for roadmaps.

Maximalist systems, on the other hand, focus on providing the most comprehensive resource possible, and help in as many situations as possible. Being maximalist is a common expectation from resources that provide advice rather than roadmap.

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