distrowatch comment: "Ubuntu Breezy Badger - is it too dumbed down? "

Anders Karlsson trudheim at gmail.com
Sun Dec 25 14:44:24 GMT 2005

On 12/25/05, Jeff Waugh <jeff.waugh at ubuntu.com> wrote:
> I think you'll find it's closer to "we know what's a good start for users,
> and those who want more, know where to get it or where to look - and BOY do
> we have what they want".
> But it's okay for us to have goals and decisions that you disagree with,
> because we give you all the tools to re-make those decisions in your image
> should you wish to do that. If you think we're doing it wrong, you can do it
> the right way and show us up... *and we'll help you do it*.
> How's that for a deal? We *can* actually agree to disagree, and everyone
> benefits.


*Thank* *You*!  You have no idea how nice it is to hear from someone
close to the heart of Ubuntu come out and clarify this point to the
dissenting crowd.

May I take this opportinity to thank Ubuntu (well, the people behind
it) for the excellent effort that has given us one of the best Linux
distributions ever. I am looking forward to Dapper already. :)
May I also wish you a Merry Christmas.


Anders Karlsson <trudheim at gmail.com>

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