max at militant.dk
Sat Sep 10 22:15:26 UTC 2005
This thread is going nowhere, so I'll post a deroute also.
I like the idea of an ubuntu for newbies, but the ubuntuguide is for
exactly that. post there if you find solutions for specific pakages.
for problems ,ask here, and the solutions you can add to the ubuntuguide.
I don't know why ubuntu should be accounted for another productline, but
understand that OO is a part of Ubuntu, but you have to keep these
things apart on a wiki with that header.
Otherwise discussions of Vi vs. vim, etc. will drown the ubuntu development.
I do hope that OpenOffice will be the leader, and others have to follow
the open known route, instead of others trying to keep up with the MS
closed source scumwork.
You can't ask a blind driver to follow the roads of Rome, without a map.
And that is exactly what you ask. The OO developers has to test
everything and do errorsearching, instead of just writing compatible
code from an open standard. MS is now aware of this, and has released
.NET and will try to gain what they've lost to others, in that respect.
I hope you see others viewpoints as I see yours. I won't beat on Ubuntu
for making the best distribution in the world. Not on account of things
that are out of their hands.
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