distrowatch comment: "Ubuntu Breezy Badger - is it too dumbed
eric.dunbar at gmail.com
Wed Dec 28 15:22:31 GMT 2005
On 12/23/05, Scott <angrykeyboarder at angrykeyboarder.com> wrote:
> >> My point still stands. It should be part of the default installation.
> > We understand that from your emails to the list, but we have been taking and
> > continue to take a different approach.
> I know. It's called the "we know what's good for users and they don't"
> Not to worry, you're not alone. There are developers of all manner of
> operating systems, GUIs, programs and whatnot, who use the same approach.
Every developer HAS TO USE the "we know what's good for users and they
WITHOUT IT, YOU CANNOT WRITE SOFTWARE FOR OTHERS!!!
It seems that certain people here happen to disagree on the definition
of "what's good for users". That's why there are various Linuxes, and,
believe it or not, tada, if you know what you're doing, you can even
modify Ubuntu to do "what's good for" your particular user.
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