2c about the development of ubuntu
carl at personnelware.com
Tue Jan 3 01:49:08 GMT 2006
Excellent points on both sides.
But I don't think this is ever going to stop, and I don't see the current
direction having any more value. Maybe I can change the direction to something
Problem with current thread: too many examples, or details or something that
doesn't really nail the point. They are all very good, and I hardly dispute any
of what has been posted, but it is liking hearing "The sky is blue." "No, air has
O2" and then 100 bits of support for each "side."
"My suggestion: KISS! Keep it simple stupid." - so that the finite resources are
Pretty sure this whole thread revolves around what is "best" and who gets to
decide it. Pretty sure the first doesn't matter, because it is Mark, and I bet
Mark is pretty on top of this issue.
I think the only way to sway anyone is by having a cost benefit return on
investment 100 page study done, which isn't and shouldn't going to happen.
Also, this isn't happing:
I hope it feels so good to be right.
There is nothing more exhilarating
than pointing out the shortcomings
of others, is there?
bah.. I didn't want this post to be this big.
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