On Fri, Jun 26, 2020 at 8:30 AM Jan Kratochvil
On Fri, 26 Jun 2020 02:25:24 +0200, Matthew Miller wrote:
> But, if you don't like our offerings that are targetted that way, I suggest
> you make a spin or remix that has all of defaults _you_ want.
So FESCo has decided and there is no point of discussing this Change, that is
how it will be and any resistance is futile? The subject even says it is
a "Change _proposal_".
I don't see where Matthew suggested that FESCo was being subverted in
that reply. The process for changes is they're sent to the list for
discussion, and that's what's happening right now, and then FESCo
allegedly takes this discussion into account when they vote for the
feature in a (I think it's 2 weeks) meeting post the allotted time.
Matthew was simply pointing out that if you don't like the change
there's alternative options you can follow by making the vim4EVAH
Fedora spin or remix or what ever you like!
Some replies also do not like this change, I am not alone. Still it
there area really more votes for this change than against it. Fine with me.
And I see a lot of replies that are very positive for the change.
BTW this change (contrary to other ones I mentioned) is not such a
it is overridable in $HOME/.bashrc so it does not really need a distro spin.
There's numerous ways to change the default editor, this is purely for
the default so new users have a more positive experience. While I am
personally a vim user I can fully understand the change. I'm sure
regular vim users can work out how to change the default back, emacs
users are unaffected, they're use to having to change the default ;-)