Re: Future releases of Debian
Quoting "Bernhard R. Link" <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> And my point was, that userfriendlyness and looking like Mandrake are
> orthogonal aspects. As the princible user-interaction of the
> bootfloppies is one of the most userfriendly around, I'd be very
> supprised, if debian-installer did not look similar.
> After all it's about making things more user-friendly, not less.
> And fancy graphics are not easy, fancy graphics beeing as usable
> as something without graphics is even harder.
Userfirendliness means necessarily hiding technical details IMO, without
dealing with graphical aspects. I think that D-i hasn't reach that
You can find d-i screenshots there: http://people.debian.org/~sjogren