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Re: [trinity-users] Mainstream Linux Desktop trends

From: Patrick Serru <patrick@...>
Date: Thu, 15 Nov 2012 06:54:05 -0500
Le mardi 13 novembre 2012, Thierry de Coulon a écrit :
> On Tue, Nov 13, 2012 at 11:08 PM, Lisi Reisz <lisi.reisz@...> wrote:
> (...)
>> Shades of KDE4.  I got attacked for daring not to like KDE4.  I was
>> bullied to say why I didn't like it, then told that my reasons were
>> rubbish and I had no right to be a "KDE4 refuser".  So Gnome 3 is going
>> the same way.  Aren't we lucky?
> 
> Looking for information about Windows 8 acceptance/refusal I found out
> those that don't like "Metro" get the same treatment....  Seems
> "forward is the way to go even if it's not good for you" is a very
> general rule.
> 
> Some dream of Linux becoming a "popular" OS - maybe it actually
> already has. And maybe I'd prefer it remains a Geek OS....

-10 :-/

<troll>
      From 1996 to 2005, I bought SuSE Linux and Open Suse Novell, 
considering thus participate in the war against WindOverDose affort. I was 
rich at the time! I have bought / paid for the wind?

      The Geek want to improve their system. Anything inconsistent with 
the "popular" user, the "grand public"?

      The developers teams must leave the projects private despots. They are 
idiots and sufficient, and do not know they are wrong because they believe 
themselves incapable of error. They proclaim themselves experts  
in "windows management", and as such decide for others, especially 
for "ordinary" users, and possibly, for "ordinary" (-: Trinity team) 
developers. There was one who spoke in these lists. In my opinion, KDE team 
committed suicide and killed Suse with him.

<troll>
      At the time Lisa + Macinsosh were models for Microsoft, everything was 
getting better [1985 .. 1995]. Now, Microsoft "Vista" (and following) is 
the model for Linux: how, starting from the mediocrity, do not get 
mediocrity?
</troll>
</troll>
> 
> Thierry