Re: bad press at www.linuxworld.com
On Thu, Sep 14, 2000 at 11:26:58AM -0500, Steve Greenland wrote:
> On 14-Sep-00, 02:58 (CDT), Joey Hess <email@example.com> wrote:
> > If you ignore all of his nasty mudslinging, his gripes are the
> > following:
> > The boot-floppies:
> > - Identify themselves as the debian rescue floppy which is certianly
> > confusing if you don't read documentation.
> Imagine my sympathy. This is someone passing himself off as a reviewer,
> but he can't be bothered to read the docs?
> Now, there are definitely places where the install could be improved,
> (this is news?), but I'm really tempted to ignore people who can't be
> bothered to read the owners manual. This is an operating system, not a
That reminds me a issue... Is there a vendor selling debian potato
including a printed manual about the instalation and upgrade documents?
Some people want a book...
One thing not so clear is the location of rescue disks and the documents for
a person new to debian.
BTW: Im not on firstname.lastname@example.org