Re: Why does Ubuntu have all the ideas?
David Nusinow wrote:
> On Sun, Aug 27, 2006 at 10:37:58PM -0600, Bruce Sass wrote:
>> On Sun August 27 2006 06:47, Sander Marechal wrote:
>>> * Desktop - basic: Simple minimal GNOME installation pretty much as
>>> it is now, maybe with even less software preinstalled. (I was
>>> surprised by the ammount of software that came along with it).
>>> * Desktop - stand alone: End-user desktop enviroment where we can
>>> safely add fancy integration tricks and extra components that Ubuntu
>>> does as well.
>> If by "we" you mean Debian... great success in that endeavour would
>> essentially put Ubuntu out of business, I don't think that is what
>> either wants.
> I don't care one way or another if it puts Ubuntu out of business (or
> Canonical, as it were), but I want Debian to provide a top-notch desktop
> experience for Debian's sake.
I agree. Just because Debian doesn't target the newbie's and Windows
switchers that much, doesn't mean that Debian people don't want a nicely
integrated desktop. A Debian desktop would be different from an Ubuntu
desktop because it targets different people.