A couple of rants about Launchpad
mario.vukelic at dantian.org
Mon Mar 9 22:15:32 GMT 2009
On Mon, 2009-03-09 at 21:51 +0000, David Gerard wrote:
> Until everything someone could reasonably be expected to be running on
> Ubuntu is in main, this doesn't help the impression of Ubuntu in any
> way at all.
Are you just being intentionally obstinate? I agree that it would be
great if Ubuntu supported 20,000 free packages, but I guess they can't.
Otherwise they probably would. If you have an idea how to do this, they
would certainly love to hear about it.
> Appealing to the fine print is a usability epic fail.
And linking to an xkcd version without the mouse-over popup is lame ;)
Anyway, what do you expect, really? A system that supports *everything*
and needs *no manuals at all*, for free?
> Are you
> seriously advocating that as Ubuntu's standard for servers?
I offered it as a reality check; you seem badly in need of one.
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