On mán 16.des 2013 14:54, Ryan Lerch wrote:
One could also argue that user experience also includes the time to
download & install an operating system. If the live image is bloated,
this will negatively impact the experience for users using slower
internet connections. The size of the image should still be something
that is _considered_, not just thrown out as a "we don't have to care
about this anymore".
One could make the counter argument of the way being forward is always
update/upgrade from the point of installment thus it ( the action of
installment ) being one time action and or conducted on rare occasion (
when something fails ) which would distribute the cost of download over
a longer period of time ( after the initial installment ) thus nullify
that argument you make.