El vie., 26 jun. 2020 a las 8:10, Ankur Sinha (<sanjay.ankur@gmail.com>) escribió:
On Thu, Jun 25, 2020 23:38:13 +0200, Jan Kratochvil wrote:
> On Thu, 25 Jun 2020 21:21:37 +0200, Chris Adams wrote:
> > I'm not sure why you think end-users can't use a free OS.
> First steps of end-users is to install Chrome, Spotify and VirtualBox.
> So there is left no advantage of a Free OS.

That's anecdotal generalisation at best. I know enough people to
disprove this statement using my set of anecdotal evidence---and it
won't get us any where.

We are a FOSS community and we will keep promoting FOSS as much as
we can. It is our First Foundation:

So, let's keep the discussion on topic: about the default editor.

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Again, I'm not against the proposal, but I would prefer a better and sane discussion.
Honestly most end users dislike the CLI.
However I understand that discussion is not about "what is my preferred editor?".
I understand that discussion is "if by chance an end user has to use CLI, he/she will not know what/how to do with vim".
In such a case nano is easier (regardless that the argument about how hard is quitting vim is exaggerated, Ctrl+o is not easier that ZZ).
A better for a newcomer that faces cli would be something like mcedit, but sadly it is not a standalone editor.
But please, again, most end users prefer to use a gui editor. Is not about that a newcomer has to know **what** is KWrite/Kate/Gedit/etc, it's about that choices are of easy access through KDE/GNOME/MATE/XFce/etc graphical environments.

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