On Fri, 2014-01-24 at 09:24 -0800, Adam Williamson wrote:
To make it crystal clear: I see a huge difference both in principle
practice between 'user searches for Chrome in Software, finds Chrome,
maybe clicks through a disclaimer they entirely ignore, installs Chrome'
and 'user searches for "Chrome Linux" or "Chrome Fedora" on the
finds a page not maintained by Fedora, clicks a link, and Chrome is now
available through the packaging system'.
*sigh* and to clarify further - I'm not saying in my opinion the user
always has to go through some kind of random web search process to find
stuff, I'm just saying that one of those approaches clearly maintains
the Fedora/not-Fedora distinction, while the other doesn't. Any approach
that clearly maintains that distinction is fine for me.
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