Trends - how to save Fedora ?
inode0 at gmail.com
Sun Nov 13 21:09:00 UTC 2011
On Sun, Nov 13, 2011 at 3:01 PM, Rahul Sundaram <metherid at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 11/14/2011 02:12 AM, inode0 wrote:
>> User #1 is from the user base professed by the project to be its
>> target audience. User #2 is more from the enterprise consumer side of
>> Fedora's community. My suggestion was to be more open about the
>> importance of both of these user bases to help resolve the bad
>> communication between them if nothing else.
>> Sometimes innovation is driven by enterprise use cases. Sometimes that
>> innovation affects Fedora users generally, even the ones that don't
>> care about enterprise use cases.
> Yes but the specific example of desktop user being affected by new
> clustering technologies didn't make sense to me and is poorly chosen
> IMO. I don't think you have found a way to explain it either. If you
> want to talk about conflicts, say the way SELinux was introduced might
> be a much better example. It is important to recognize however that
> sometimes technologies don't fit neatly into "enterprise" vs otherwise.
> For instance, systemd fits both categories just fine.
I wasn't using clustering as an example of something affecting a
user's desktop. I am not going to try to explain it because that was
never my intention. And the only reason I didn't bring up SELinux or
any other specific innovation is because I don't want to argue about
the innovation. I wanted to make a more abstract point. I think you
now do understand what I was trying to convey so we can let it go now.
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