Re: RH and GNOME
>>"Joseph" == Joseph Carter <email@example.com> writes:
Joseph> I had Running Linux. Many man pages still confuse me. Most
Joseph> don't have a long time to learn, they need to know what they
Joseph> need to know now---otherwise they will happily continue to
Joseph> use windoze..
In that case, I think you should respect their wishes, and not
try to foist an OS on them that does not meet their requirements.
Joseph> That's the majority of users. If we don't like the Wintel
Joseph> duopoly, we have to provide a viable alternative.
I love the Wintel duopoly. It brings computation to the
masses. I may not like the OS, but I think wintel has indeed
transformed computing as we know it. Linux is not for everyone, and
that may well include people who have no time/motivation to learn.
I think we should really work on ease-of-use and
ease-of-management issues, and this is where a major improvement is
needed, but I do object to the goals set out here. And the goals do
make a difference.
Entropy has us outnumbered. -- Solomon Short
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