On 4 August 2011 11:48, Alexandre Prokoudine
> If you are on your tod with your project and you refuse to larn new
Well it's lucky then that I'm not driven by numbers isn't it?
I always feel that half the purpose of these crusades to make Linux
more user-friendly, more appealing to the mass-market, desktop-ready,
etc, etc, is to stamp out the small projects created by hobbyists.
They're too untidy when image is everything, and that's the real
reason you don't like Stallman, he has zero mass appeal, and is
passionate about freedom, and the freedoms are what allows the
hobbyists to exist and thrive (to some extent) within the Linux eco
system. Anyway that's just my suspicious feelings.
>>>> Do you think usability architects focus on just usability? No, they
Sorry I was responding like-with-like (a bad habit of mine). I suppose
if I had a greater mental capacity for study I'd find the idea of
studying "everything that is even remotely related to human beings and
the world around us" more plausible, but as it goes, you make it sound
far too heroic... Either that or they're a jack of all trades master
of none. I could try not taking your word for it and find out for
myself what usability studies are all about.
But I can't be bothered.
>> Perhaps you should come up with some usable ideas.
You don't know the half of it.
>>>>> Such activities are much better suited to people with big strong forceful
I'm sure we'll both do our best in both cases :-)
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