Re: Fw: Re: Fedora Desktop future- RedHat moves

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Paul Shaffer:
>>> Just to clarify, I don't disagree with Fedora's approach to the
>>> licensing and software patent issues at all.  In fact, I think it's
>>> quite admirable.  Just maybe not the best way to build user base for a
>>> distro that is ostensibly for "lazy" users.
>> Since when was *this* distribution aimed at them?  Fedora's touted as
>> bleeding edge, for those that want that sort of thing.  Ubuntu's the one
>> targeted at the lazy user - the Windows user who's sick of Windows, but
>> doesn't realise they'd like to use a Mac.  ;-)
Paul Shaffer:
> was referring to users in general. - anyone who might be inclined to use
> Linux on the desktop, as opposed to admins and engineers who might be
> higher level users employing a Linux desktop. 
> Evidently you didn't read the whole thread.  The poster before me made
> the lazy user comment..

I most certainly have.  Evidently you can't write in a coherent manner.
You clearly mentioned Fedora's approach, then went straight into saying
it's maybe not the best way to build a user base...  No mention of
Ubuntu in there, at all.

We're not mind readers, we can't tell what you meant to say, on read
what you actually did.

Don't send private replies to my address, the mailbox is ignored.
I read messages from the public lists.

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