veguilla at hpcf.upr.edu
Mon Oct 25 02:32:32 UTC 2004
On Sun, 2004-10-24 at 21:30 -0400, David McCormick wrote:
> I don't think you understood what I was saying. In the rest of the
> message which you sniped off I stated that this is not a problem to me.
> I just would like to see an out of the box usable Linux system to supply
> to people like my son in law that they could use without major knowledge
> of computer system administration. While you and I aren't put off by
> it , there are a lot of people who could and would like to use Linux who
> just don't have the desire to get as deeply involved as you and I, and
> I would like to have something to offer them.
Obviously I'm not answering for Jeff, but I wanted to say that your
comments are completely valid, but the thing is... everyone wants to see
a Linux system that works perfectly out of the box and is easy to use
for inexperienced users. I might be wrong, but I think that is one of
the goals of Fedora. Its a fact that we aren't there yet, but the guys
at Red Hat and the Fedora community are working to achieve that.
Ricardo Veguilla <veguilla at hpcf.upr.edu>
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