Kmenu and KDE4
John L Fjellstad
john-ubuntu at fjellstad.org
Mon Dec 22 17:24:50 UTC 2008
Art Alexion <art.alexion at gmail.com> writes:
> I have, myself, made the mistake of confusing google hit quantity as support
> for a proposition, without actually reading the cited pages.
> When I read posts from this list and others, I take into account, the quality
> and insightfulness of the post itself, i.e. was it well thought out? Does it
> make sense? Who posts it, i.e. is it someone whose posts I have read before
> and trust (or not)? What is my own experience?
> You really don't get the last the "who" from googling.
So, you compain that you have never read a complaint about konqueror as
a file manager, I send you a list of people complaining of konqueror as
a file manager, so you dismiss the list? Right...
My point is, if you're a developer, and you hear about these complaints
year in and year out, sooner or later you either give up or think your
code suck. So, you make the change that the complainers complain about
(because most people who are happy with the solution probably won't be
piping up), and then you get new complaints because you made the change
that you got the feeling people requested in the first place.
John L. Fjellstad
web: http://www.fjellstad.org/ Quis custodiet ipsos custodes
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