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Re: Server SIG - work areas



Thorsten Leemhuis píše v St 03. 12. 2008 v 07:57 +0100:
> On 01.12.2008 15:02, Dan Horák wrote:
> > [...]
> > Admins corner
> > [...]
> >  - work on the TUI counterparts of GUI system-config-* tools, should go
> > in hand with the backend/frontend separation
> 
> Just thinking aloud: By "TUI" you mean command line apps with a 
> interactive, ncurses-like interface?

yes

> Are those really worth the work? I for one (and a lot of other linux 
> users I know) either use graphical configuration Tools (with or without 
> remote forwarding) or (if there is no graphical environment or in 
> scripts) simple command line configuration tools (without an interactive 
> interface) -- I doubt a third way in the middle (and a second one for 
> text mode configuration) makes much sense. Improving some of the command 
> line configuration tools (those without an interactive interface) OTOH 
> might.
> 
> But well, maybe that just my odd point of view.

Well, naturally not every GUI tool needs TUI counterpart, but there are
users (and Red Hat customers) that would really appreciate when they
will exist. They offer more comfort than CLI, but require lower
resources.


		Dan



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