Re: Desktop normalizationy
> If the lsb committies decide to add standards like desktop enviroments
> to linux we should probably create several levels of lsb compliance. One
> for the basics (the minimal linux) and others extending from there. If
> we don't do this we could rule out some linux machines from being
> considered linux (like the cli only web/file servers running on 486s
> around my house:) We should also be VERY VERY carefull that we don't end
> up favoring one desktop over another... all kinds of hell would break
> loose :)
By this would you mean a standard for:
the base linux system(kernel and shell),
a server version(web, file, ...),
a workstation version with GUI support.
I also agree that we shouldn't favor one desktop over another. If we do
define a standard for the desktop it should be for libraries that the
window manager would use.