Going forward [Re: Automatix?]

Daniel Carrera daniel.carrera at zmsl.com
Wed Mar 29 10:05:37 UTC 2006

Chanchao wrote:
>>Mac OS X seems to manage it without wrecking security. 
>>EasyUbuntu seems to be a positive step forward. 
> I tried EasyUbuntu and it didn't work at all,

I said "step forward". It's still beta software.

> I was using Dapper Flight 5 preview, which may not be supported by
> EasyUbuntu, but I did NOT get a warnign message about this so I
> assumed it was okay. 

You were running beta software on beta software and it crashed. It 
happens. That's why it's called beta.

>>So, I disagree with your premise. Improving usability does not, by 
>>necessity, require a drop in security. In a few instances it might, but 
>>this is absolutely not an a priori requirement.
> Ok, accepted. It is an additional challenge though, to keep BOTH
> usability and security/stability high and I guess Automatix currently
> doesn't manage both. 


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