Fedora - time to blink
Mikkel L. Ellertson
mellertson at gmail.com
Sun Nov 27 23:24:58 UTC 2011
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On 11/27/2011 05:13 PM, Tim wrote:
> And then there's the point of view that it's a community
> project, and this is the forum for that community, and
> *significant* numbers of this community are saying that it
> sucks. Yet we're being told we're wrong, it doesn't suck, by a
> few with their fingers in their ears.
> la la la la la la la I can't hear you saying it sucks, la la la
> It's unstable. No it isn't.
> The interface is a bastard. No it isn't.
> It's too CPU intensive. No it isn't.
> Yes it is. No it isn't.
> I can do anything better than you can, I can do anything better
> than you No you can't Yes I can No you can't Yes I can.
Very childish. If you want it to change, you have to say more then
"it sucks". Saying it is different from what you are used to using
is not going to cut it either.
Now, if you say it is lacking some features, and are specific,
that will help. If you file a feature request, that will help
more. But if you really want to make sure you get the feature you
want, submit a patch that implements it.
Remember, the developers are going to work on what interests them,
and/or what they use. So if there isn't a developer interested in
the feature you want, you may end up having to pay someone to
write the code.
At least you have options on making a change. On closed source
software, you only have the option of complaining, and unless you
are a large user, they are not going to listen.
Do not meddle in the affairs of dragons,
for thou art crunchy and taste good with Ketchup!
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