[Mageia-discuss] Mageia's strategy
p_christ at hol.gr
Sun Sep 26 19:42:49 CEST 2010
On Sunday 26 September 2010, Wolfgang Bornath wrote:
> Ah, sorry, I do not quite understand. Last time I used Windows (except
> the occasional browser in an internet cafe), was middle of the
> nineties. So, were Mandriva and all the others not made for me?
Notice the phrase "keep being Linux" at my post.
So, question: who should better influcence the fate of a Linux distro? Ones
that prefer Windows or the ones that liked Linux on the first place?
> I've been a Linux user not a Windows user for many years, and I always
> thought Mandriva, Fedora, openSUSE, Debian, whatever, was made for me!
> I know to use vi and emacs, I know to use fluxbox and similar lean
> systems. But I also like knotify and the "modern desktop trends". So I
> am not a Linux user?
I did comment on the /stability/ of knotify4 and the fact that it brings your
system down, to a level worse than Windows.
> As long as I know how to do it the "basic way" I do not feel "non
> Linux" when I use KDE 4 or whatever you may regard as "windowish".
I regard as Windowish the policy that "if the appearance is OK, then the
software is fine", rather than the Unix/Linux mentality that software must be
rock solid and able to "survive" in a pool of bugs.
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