On 12/22/2011 10:46 PM, Raphael Groner wrote:
The first thing I did on my Acer that have had preinstalled Linpus:
Install a distribution that can be used.
To be honest, what is the sense of Linpus? Fedora is not a meta distribution like Debian.
It would be like comparing Linpus (Fedora) to Ubuntu (Debian), or apples with pies.
Please take a look to the efforts to port systemd or Unity to other main stream
distributions. First, you have to solve a lot of dependency problems cause of the
differences in package versions. Please don't start that chaos also on Fedora, ...
okay for unstable/rawhide.
Just my 5 ct. End of ranting.
What is the meaning of this post? I feel lost. Linpus is piointless,
granted, but lots (probably most, by %) of things in the open source
world are. How does this affect Fedora?
And bad ideas are not OK for rawhide. Bad ideas are just bad. There is a
lot of that going around, but not just in Linpus, Ubuntu or Fedora --
the entire market is missing the point right now (which joys me to no end).