Re: Concerns and Challenges of Squeeze and Ongoing Elements
Le Tue, Jul 03, 2012 at 07:09:44PM -0600, Christian PERRIER a écrit :
> Quoting John L. Males (firstname.lastname@example.org):
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> > Ladies and Gentlemen,
> I hope that everybody will be Wise Enough to not feed the troll. But,
> just in case: please don't feed the troll.
I do not think there is much trolling. We need to discuss issues openly. On
servers I will upgrade to Wheezy, but on desktops, I am not sure. While the
GNOME team's work is outstanding, and while I like GNOME 3 and find it
promising, GNOME 3.4 is simply still lacking many simple features, such as
remembering some configuration changes and window positions, or giving by
default a configuration interface that allows to set the focus to follow the
mouse, etc., not to mention that I can not switch between French and Japanese
without losing the compose key and the dead keys. This will probably come back
with later versions, and I think I will wait for them and upgrade from Squeeze
to Testing at some time.
I also had some strange update problems with Iceweasel (where it is hard to
type in the title bar without having some letters randomly removed), and I
would like to emphasize that one of the reasons I have not even reported a bug
is precisely because I had the feeling that discussing such issues is unwelcome
unless one is able to dedicate a lot of time in solving the problem, and that on the
other hand, merely reporting a bug is not enough to solve a problem (such as having
GNOME3's tracker freezing my Desktop each time I start my computer #612242).
As long as people do not repeat themselves and push other people out of the
discussion by sending many emails a day, I do not think it is trolling to
discuss problematic issues. Upgrading to Wheey made my Desktop much less
usable than before. I promise to not send any other message in this thread.
Have a nice day,
Tsurumi, Kanagawa, Japan