Dotan Cohen wrote:
Kubuntu 6.10 most certainly does install proprietary codecs upon
demand, right inside Amarok.
That does not contradict what I said. I was only talking about software
included by default. Do you think that previous of Kubuntu or all
versions of OpenSUSE "scared" people?
Very slick, and it is a make-or-break
deal for a lot of new users. Compiz in Fedora is certainly true,
eye-candy is not a deal maker-or-breaker.
Sure it is for many people. Just visit some popular Linux related
websites and read the news or comments.
I entered the discussion not with the intention of telling you what
do, rather, to make you aware of the possibility of scaring people
away with it. The inclusion of said CodecBuddy will likely change
A few mails back you explicitly said several times that you wanted us to
drop creating a Live image. I guess you changed your opinion. Now that
we are aware of your opinion that some users might get "scared" ,how
does a introduction of a Live CD change anything? Those very same people
might have tried non-live CD versions and had the same effect.