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Re: Why does Ubuntu have all the ideas?

On Saturday 29 July 2006 11:17, Eduard Bloch wrote:
> > > 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.

Ok, sorry for the bad taste... I didn't intend personal attacks, just trying 
to grasp what someone's definition for innovation could be.

Here is what I think a debian related innovation could look like:

it is innovation because: a) it introduces new ideas, and b) get the 
successful exploitation of these new ideas.

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