On Fri, 26 Jun 2020 at 03:40, Sergio Belkin <sebelk(a)gmail.com> wrote:
Well, I strongy disagree whit this move.
In fact on of the things that I hate of Debian/Ubuntu is the choice of nano and the poor
version that they offer by default of vi.
More friendly for end-users? Really?
Please thinking so, the end-user use GUI's. Nano has no any significative advantage
over vi and even lesser over vim. What's the wrong with vim? Really I don't
If one end-user wants to use a text editor, he will find kate, gedit and the like better
Your argument works best the other way around: if a developer wants to
use another text editor, they'll know the options, they'll know how to
change it much better than an end-user.
As a vim user for many years, my +1000 to this change proposal.