Le samedi 20 janvier 2007 à 13:34 +0100, cobaco (aka Bart Cornelis) a écrit : > By taking out features you decrease the number of goals you can use the > software for. If you can't use the software for a certain goal at all then > it's less usable for that goal then a package with an interface from hell > that does let you addres that goal. That's what happens when you do it stupidly. > IMHO that just means those usability engineers took the easy way out of a > scaling problem: instead of adressing the actual problem, they just made > sure they didn't have to deal with it. Why do you assume it? The usability processes in GNOME imply, on the contrary, that there is a good way to achieve every use case. Improving usability often means replacing two non-optimal ways of doing something by a single, better way of doing it. You only see the two things removed, through the deforming glasses of the rumor, and miss the overall usability improvement. -- .''`. : :' : We are debian.org. Lower your prices, surrender your code. `. `' We will add your hardware and software distinctiveness to `- our own. Resistance is futile.
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