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Re: rhl website?



For what it's worth, I don't think you're a freeloader. I think
you're a foot soldier. I share your hope that Red Hat, or somebody,
continues to look out for usability on the desktop. Maybe Sun will
succeed with "Mad Hatter," though I have a jaded view of Sun's ability
to perceive what makes a usable user interface.

Disclaimer: I haven't seen "Mad Hatter," so I'm not criticizing it
directly. I'm basing my cynicism on Sun's developer tools and pre-Gnome 
desktops

On Wed, 2003-08-06 at 19:34, Steve Bergman wrote:
*snip*
> I hate to seem like a freeloader (and I've purchased more than a few
> boxed sets for myself) but the consumer releases, downloaded or
> purchased, are just more suitable for my users than any of the
> enterprise offerings and I'm sure I'm not alone.  i.e.what happens here
> is really important.
> 
> -Steve
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