Re: web browser bookmark defaults
Richard Braakman wrote:
> On Tue, Nov 19, 2002 at 08:33:19PM -0800, John H. Robinson, IV wrote:
> > dunno how convincing this is going to be but, often people have more
> > than one distro. we don't need to Increase Our Shareholder Wealth by
> > failing to provide free advertisement for our ``competitors''. IOW: we
> > lose nothing by including them, and we can gain the high road (if you
> > want to call it that) by leaving them in.
> I don't think the purpose of such bookmarks should be "advertisement".
> They're there to be useful and helpful for the user, and I don't think
> that these links qualify as that, on a Debian system.
are you saying that no user of a Debian system uses RedHat or Slackware?
i will lose no sleep if the bookmarks are not in there (_i_ don't use red
hat nor slackware), but to heavy handedly say ``No Debian users would
benefit'' is a bit over the top.
we are not talking about _adding_ bookmarks, we are talking about
_removing_, for a non-technical reason, which is a form of censorship.
i'm against _that_ idea, especially since leaving them in _causes us no
damage_ (IMHO of course).