I say its time to dump lubuntu software center for deepin software center
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Wed Oct 31 20:02:04 UTC 2012
On Wed, 31 Oct 2012 19:47:31 +0000
Yorvyk <yorvik.ubunto at googlemail.com> wrote:
I feel for your friends and wish them well, but I don't necessarily
think we should be basing decisions around the outcomes of those who
are handicapped in such a manner, regardless of how unfortunate it is.
There are specific OS's and programs for particular types of handicaps
and I believe the outcomes of those less fortunate are more valid to
their particular software development path, yet are far less valid for
a standard development path intended for ordinary, average people.
> On 31/10/12 18:09, Mr Wislr wrote:
> >> On Wed, 31 Oct 2012 12:25:12 +0000
> >> I hate to say this but I don't think your friend is a very good
> >> guide... first and foremost the ubuntu software center and DSC are
> >> so similiar how could you navigate one and not the other....
> I did explain this.
> "They did however manage quite well with the Ubuntu Software centre.
> They did this last though, so could have learnt from their previous
> attempts with DSC and LSC."
> >> This is the second time I read of your friend not being able to
> >> find or understand something... I don't think its the app I think
> >> its the friend.
> Two of the three have learning difficulties and tend to learn things
> by rote. So, any thing new tends to be a problem to them as their
> problem solving skills are not very well developed. This means that
> apparently trivial problems, that most of us can easily overcome, can
> be major hurdles for them. If things can be made easy enough for them
> to understand then it becomes easier for most everybody else. It's
> through contact with people with these type of problems that I've
> become more and more aware how non-obvious a lot of computing is and
> I think it would pay to take notice of them.
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