On Tue, 4 Apr 2006, David Zeuthen wrote:
Hating UNIX and actually working on providing software that solves
problems without the user having to be computer literate are two
completely different things. Yes, I admit to both, but obviously one
doesn't imply the other.
The condescension from Pete is not OK in my book because NetworkManager
is still not default. For reasons partly related to kernel drivers,
partly related to the fact we need a bit more infrastructure to do this
I think the worry is this: the lack of concern shown for backwards
compatibility, needs of command-line users, etc. to date suggests that
when it does become the default it will be the same sort of half-baked
cock-up as was introduced in FC5 by gnome-mount....