On Mon, 2013-03-18 at 11:12 +0400, Louigi Verona wrote:
Louigi, here is one reason:
Note, that I don't care for that issue any longer, since
- I fixed it for myself, it's not an issue for me
- reported it upstream, they are now aware of the issue
I'm not interested in fighting for something I can fix myself, but it's
a bad habit to blame hardware vendors, when the truth is, that Linux
does cause issues.
However, everybody who wants that Linux goes mass market, must care
about this and other issues. I even wouldn't care if I would have to use
command line, but if Linux will go mass market, than the signs of the
times are important and those aren't transforming desktops environments
for desktop PCs into environments for tablet PCs or mobiles, but to take
care about environmentalism and other things.
I agree that we are not in 1975 or even 1995.
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