Re: testing is broken
>>"Thomas" == Thomas Bushnell, BSG <email@example.com> writes:
Thomas> The only problem?
Thomas> How about the horrible user interface?
*Sigh*. When would people learn that opinions of user
interfaces are highly subjective, and jejune statements like that
above add little to the discussion?
I personally like the interface, it is one that allows me to
see the more information that the deity interfaces do at one time (I
would like a open/close subtree option in tree based UI's, not just
open close this level)
The information presented for the individual package currently
highlighted can be shown in several formats (cycling through the i/I
keys), and looking at the information of the installed vs the
candidate versions is nice.
These are, in part, some of the reasons I have not shifted
away from dselect.
Like my parents, I have never been a regular church member or
churchgoer. It doesn't seem plausible to me that there is the kind of
God who watches over human affairs, listens to prayers, and tries to
guide people to follow His precepts -- there is just too much misery
and cruelty for that. On the other hand, I respect and envy the
people who get inspiration from their religions. Benjamin Spock
Manoj Srivastava <firstname.lastname@example.org> <http://www.debian.org/%7Esrivasta/>
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