Re: My vision of Debtop (complete version)
* Matthew A. Nicholson (email@example.com) disait :
> The design of Y can be found here. I have ordered the documents in order
> from the easiest and quickest read on.
Y is really a nice stuff but don't you think it's a little bit young ?
If we make Debtop depends on such a young project (correct me if I'm
wrong) this will lead to a very slow growing project...
> Now I know I seem wildly and stupidly ambitious (because I am) but I am a
> firm believer that this can be done (look at the linux kernel). Perhpaps a
> few talented, ambitious, and stupidly idealistic artists, programmers, and
> developers get together with a few seasoned, fed up with desktop Linux,
> reality oriented, old hat developers, artists, and developers this thing
> could happen.
> Not saying that current technologies could not be used, but Microsoft is
> rewriting windows for longhorn, why can't we do the same for desktop linux?
Well... that's as ambitious as exciting, but is that realistic ?
I mean, maybe we should focus on a solution that merges all that points :
- The best features (almost all what you said)
- A nice implementation
- A massive use of existing software for preventing us to reinventing
the wheel (a well known concept ;-)
Alexis Sukrieh <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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