I just removed some terminal info from the unofficial docs
tomdavies04 at yahoo.co.uk
Tue Apr 30 16:03:57 UTC 2013
Oh, i like the odd references to strangeness that occasionally happens in the wikis. It makes it feel more friendly. It made me feel that i wasn't alone in frustrations and also made me feel like i could contribute to the wikis too. Being too professional and aloof is one of the many areas MS goes wrong imo.
> From: Charles Profitt <indigo196 at rochester.rr.com>
>To: Jorge O. Castro <jorge at ubuntu.com>; Ubuntu Doc <ubuntu-doc at lists.ubuntu.com>
>Sent: Tuesday, 30 April 2013, 0:08
>Subject: Re: I just removed some terminal info from the unofficial docs
>I took a closer look at the page and I think it might be a good idea to mention something along the lines of how powerful the terminal is and how it is used to perform troubleshooting... but then the specifics should be linked out to another page. Given the other information covered on the page the depth of the terminal information was disproportionate.
>Revision 685 made an attempt to do this, but the reference to sorcery is likely not a good one. Revision 685 is the revision the 'Terminal is your friend' was introduced.
>Thanks to everyone who reviewed this.
>---- "Jorge O. Castro" <jorge at ubuntu.com> wrote:
>> Hi! I wasn't expecting this page to be subscribed to by so many users
>> so since it probably sent a bunch of people email I figured I would
>> post the list:
>> There was a section on this page with a bunch of terminal/CLI stuff:
>> I don't want to offend the people who put so much work into this
>> section but IMO it's not appropriate to start new users out on this
>> foot. Is there a command line or terminal section that we could
>> perhaps move this to?
>> Jorge Castro
>> Canonical Ltd.
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