On Thu, Jun 25, 2020 at 12:50 PM Jan Kratochvil
On Thu, 25 Jun 2020 19:18:59 +0200, Ben Cotton wrote:
> In contrast, Nano offers the kind of graphical text editing experience
> that people are used to,
This is another step trying to make Fedora end-user friendly while the only
effect is making it hostile to developers.
This is hyperbole. All of the working group members are developers and
the change was approved +9 to -1. The idea the vast majority of the
working group wants to make Fedora hostile to themselves is nonsense.
I use vi out of habit (I learned it when I was young and in college
... and I'll skip the rest of the story) not because I like it. It's
almost a comedy show if you haven't already been indoctrinated. I
never recommend it. It would be like recommending teletype, which by
the way is a neat skill to have, but to make it the default
everywhere? Come on.
A better strategy is to appeal to the broader community that in fact
vim users really need it to be the default editor because changing the
default is harder than figuring out how to quit vim.
As Fedora will never be used by> end-users as it conflicts with
Fedora's foundation Freedom. With each such
step it takes more and more effort to make a new Fedora installation usable by
a developer (setenforce 0, dnf remove bash-completion, remove rhgb quiet etc.).
dnf remove bash-completion makes Fedora *more* usable? :head explodes: