On Mon, Jun 29, 2009 at 04:04:03PM -0400, Casey Dahlin wrote:
> If you wish to improve *user* experience, then you should focus
> entirely on actual Fedora releases rather than on Rawhide. However I
> see that in testing days you still encourage only users with
> up-to-date Rawhide installations. That's not an option for wide
> audience, and, therefore this initiative will be doomed.
These aren't typically the sort of issues you can fix in a running
release. UI is one of those things we expect to remain stable through
the cycle. Woe to he who removes the bugs the user has gotten used to.
I took the OP's message to mean that the general group of users, those
who will give us the most bang for our buck in this regard, aren't going
to be willing to run rawhide since it's going to be far less stable.
Darryl L. Pierce, Sr. Software Engineer @ Red Hat, Inc.
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