Re: Why does Ubuntu have all the ideas?
* George Danchev [Sat, Jul 29 2006, 10:23:58AM]:
> On Saturday 29 July 2006 00:42, Marco d'Itri wrote:
> > On Jul 28, Joey Hess <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > > "innovation" is the industy's current buzzword. Doing things well even
> > > if someone else had a similar idea before will outlive it.
> > We used to take pride in inventing stuff like update-alternatives which
> > solve long-time problems.
> > > Or do you really think that udev is a useless project? After all, all
> > > the innovation was done in devfs and hotplug.
> > The innovation in udev (with HAL, new kernel features and other stuff)
> > is allowing implementing new features which used to not be possible or
> > required very complex hacks.
> > There is a middle ground between useless and innovative, BTW.
> Could you please give your definition for `innovation' ? (If it is about to
> distribute more and more non-free stuff, then I'm glad we have different
> definitions for innovation.)
Haha, now the thread reaches the point where every fanatic uncovers his
favorite issue and begins to "interpret" into it. Can we stop here right
now? Or move it to a separate thread, thanks.
<yath> bla. mach ichs halt als root.
<erich> <yath's rechner> Oh ja, machs mir als root!