On Tue, Feb 07, 2006 at 01:03:13AM +0100, Cesare Marilungo wrote:
> my suggestion is to keep working on Jack Rack. Don't pay too much
Wise words IMHO.
A user may prefer one program over another because it suits his/her way
of working, for performance reasons, for simplicity or for complexity,
or maybe just because how it looks. You can't predict this. If you make
something that works for you, and it's technically sound and stable,
then others will use it.
> Open source is also about choice.
Choice and diversity. Some authors will copy the functionality and
look and feel of popular windoze apps, some will go for no-compromise
performance, some make things that are very specialised, and others
create things that are just crazy. They all have their place.