Re: [desktop] Improving "user-friendly" in some console applications
El mar, 18-03-2003 a las 06:54, Osamu Aoki escribió:
> On Sun, Mar 16, 2003 at 10:29:35PM +0000, Colin Watson wrote:
> > On Sun, Mar 16, 2003 at 05:04:20PM -0500, Jean-Michel Kelbert wrote:
> > > Another example which put him into problem, was to find how vim can
> > > restart on the line where it was, before quitting.
> > Having that as the default is really evil, because as far as I can tell
> > it's impossible to turn it *off* (at least cleanly) from a user's
> > .vimrc. It should just be an example for those who want it. I ranted
> > about this a bit in #165685.
> This is recurring theme on Debian.
> It is bad to have too much default settings but what is too much depends
> on the user.
> If Debian wish to be really universal,
> * language choice
> * standard default value set policy (barebone, moderate, tutorial)
> * documentation package / manual package install
> should be selected by the policy choice for package installer. Until
> the day comes to the package system which can do these, I guess current
> barebone with commented-out tutorial settings are good.
> Tutorial for the system configuration belongs to user reference manuals.
> But if "flavor" distribution (-edu, -med, -newbie) is allowed, maybe we
> can allow one policy violating package which reconfigure all other
> packages to the required state for usability. (May be too messy but
> somewhat practical.)
No if not packages used ;) the system is a clon of the expert user
Debian configuration (whit the some applicatión interest :)
P.D.excuse my bad english, i born in León (spain)
P.D. Conste que sé ortografía, pongo faltas para que veais que no lo
escribe un script ;-P