Voices from the users
duncan at lithgow-schmidt.dk
Fri Feb 3 11:26:56 UTC 2006
Milo Casagrande wrote:
> I was thinking about another approach. I'm thinking something like
> having yelp starting automatically the first time i login onto my
> freshly ubuntu install, with a nice localized (l7d) start page with all
> the l7d links to the resources (something a-la "About Ubuntu") and the
> usual links you find in yelp ("Packaging Guide", "Starter Guide"...)
> (maybe also l7d).
Yes, yes, yeeeessss.
I think we really need something that says to new users "Hi, welcome to
your new Ubuntu system, here's a quick overview." Nothing says 'welcome'
like a friendly how-to quick-start guide, which starts itself and says
'we're here to help'.
It should start automatically. And that _should not_ rely on them having
an internet connection. If they have to sign into a cable-tv borne
network, they will have to learn how to configure their network before
they can even get online...
So, yes, let's please go in this direction.
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