Top posting in a meandeing thread was: Re: Fedora - time to blink
Ed.Greshko at greshko.com
Mon Nov 28 21:25:45 UTC 2011
On 11/29/2011 12:35 AM, Matt Rose wrote:
>> Sorry POC for inserting here.....
>> I just want to congratulate all the participants in this thread and
>> resulting tangents. You've manged to hit at least 3 most often
>> recurring themes.
> I realize nothing can be done about the meta "Guidelines" thrash, but you
> know, some would say that if something keeps cropping up, over and over,
> you might want to ... I don't know ... fix it! Or at least acknowledge
> that these are problems, and come up with a plan to deal with them,
> whether it be political (licensing, patent-coverage, etc), or technical (
> issues with gnome3, issues with fonts, issues with multimedia, etc).
D. Everybody knows X, Y, or Z is *Completely* and *Utterly" broken and
we keep bringing it up on this mailing list...but *nobody* does
*anything*. Or: Why I can't be bothered with filing bugzillas or
joining/forming a team to "improve" the situation.
> The reason people bring up Ubuntu, and Linux Mint is that these
> distributions show that Linux Desktop usability is possible. They've come
> up with ways to fix the problems. All Fedora seems to come up with is
FYI, there is an "E" in there....but it may result in pulling me into
the endless food fight that I feel is counterproductive at this point.
>> A. GNOME 3 is the most hated desktop since the introduction of KDE 4.
>> B. Licensing in Fedora. Or: Why can't Fedora be more like Ubuntu?
>> C. Mailing list guidelines. Or: Guidelines, they're for other people.
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