On Wed, 2013-11-27 at 21:30 +0000, Matthew Garrett wrote:
We're only going to provide a satisfactory experience for developers if
we also provide a satisfactory experience for casual home users. I guess
you can infer that from the target audience saying that it should be
usable as the developer's only computer, but I worry that as currently
phrased the expectation will be that the user is sufficiently
technically aware that we can leave rough edges that would dissuade a
Whose expectation ? Certainly not mine.
Your last sentence ('rough edges that would dissuade a non-technical
user') could almost be read as a description of the current Fedora
My expectation is that we will have to put most of the attention on the
'satisfactory experience for casual home users' initially, before we
even get to adding any of the 'marketable developer features', as the
prd draft calls it.
It has to work first, before you can add bells and whistles.