Hi Petter, On Donnerstag, 25. April 2013, Petter Reinholdtsen wrote: > I am not against installing chromium as such, but I fear the cognitive > strain we continue to increase on the pupils and teachers. I do follow the cognitive strain argument, except for when its not valid ;-) Users are usually very well aware of chrome and firefox, so having these choices is a relief for most of them, except when they expect chromium and icewease and get the other. (Or was it the other way round? :) It's really common nowadays to *use* different webbrowsers. > > having chromium (or foo or bar or baz) is a direct benefit. > It will also be a direct disadvantage, if we just make it harder for > people to figure out what programs to use. I see this problem for a many other applications we ship, but not for every- day used webbrowsers. > I believe the advantage of dropping the multi-arch netinst CD is > non-existing, [...] > But I believe dropping the multi-arch DVDs is a good idea as it will > allow us to make them feature complete and equivalent to the netinst > CD installs. if this gives us one set of similarily behaving installation media, I think thats better. So the DVD images would be large netinst images? cheers, Holger
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