Valent Turkovic wrote:
It was hard for me to write this proposal. Very hard. Because it
forces change, and change is never welcomed. Because it's bold, and
boldness tends to attract enmity. Because it's probably going to be
ignored. And because it may add more complexity to an issue that is
already complex. Also keep in mind that English is not my mother
No. Because it is not constructive and it does not say anything new that
was not already said and countered.
But in the end, I thought this issue was important, and here we are.
> From what I've heard, whole flame wars regarding multimedia and
average user desktop experience have happened before, and they led to
nothing. Why not end this issue once and for all, and go on with more
A lot of things happened. For example with Fedora 7 is very easy for
someone living in the "free world" to create a derivative spin and put
in it whatever multimedia applications he want and redistribute it
(probably under a different name), even as a LiveCD.
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