Nicola Losito wrote:
Il giorno 22/ago/06, alle ore 06:16, Rahul ha scritto:
So boils down to eye candy basically.
It boild down paying attention to fancier, little, useful visual and
"desktop" tricks, that enhance user experience (hidden window asking for
root password instead of something that focuses the attention and so on ...
And even if it was "just" eye candy, having eye candy is not a bad
thing, it is important for a lot of people.
and Fedora might not be the right choice for me at that point.
And this isn't a point to be worked on ?
The 90% of people haven't got a nice connection, do we want to cut them
out _also_ because we haven't thought a way to go in their "direction" ??
Italy, one of the 7th most rich and industrialized country in the world
has still no fibre connection, and *DSL are "slow", strongly asymetrical
and most of the time people have got pay per hours connections.
What in Eastern Europe ? South America ? and so on ...
Eastern Europe? Where I live options for _home users_ are either slow
and unreliable neighborhood LAN or slow CATV.
Cool Fedora wallpapers: http://fedora.nicubunu.ro/wallpapers/
Open Clip Art Library: http://www.openclipart.org
my Fedora stuff: http://fedora.nicubunu.ro
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