Subject: Re: WASABI - once more
To: None <email@example.com>
From: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 02/14/2001 10:13:04
> > it is attractive for users that want know what's going on. for users
> > that want click-and-pray interface there is windows.
> There is much land between ease of use and a gui. A configuration
> file that a command reads parameters from is making a system
> more easy to use. Everywhere scripts are written to automate
> things and make whatever easier to use.
yes... but it's difficult to see such solutions in commercial products.
> > do you think making system "easy" will gain more developers?
> Do you think that not making a system "easy" will keep potential
> developers away? SuSE and other distributions got IBM to port
> Linux to the S/390, AS400, and "all" of the other IBM machines, and
> I doubt these IBM folks are the least competent developers around.
> I very much dislike SuSEs ease of use, as it makes it hard to know
> what is going on and I agree, that this kind of "ease of use" is bad
> and tends to become a new windows.
in my opinion suse is already "new windows". oh..maybe corel linux more.
both is unusable.
> > it will gain lot of pseudo-developers that will like "easy
> > development" and will be mainly interested in atting new desktop
> > themes to kde etc... instead of writing somithing usefu
> paid by MS!). This test shows, that Windows 2000 is of better
> usability than Linux as a server OS and and a klient OS (and that it
> is more secure too!). This is a nother MS paid document that
> As long as making it easier does not break something, it does not
> do any harm.
yes. your example is very similar to polish situation....
out civilisation is near it's end.. ;)