On Wed, 14 Apr 2010 23:30:07 +0200
"Jakub Rusinek" <jakub.rusinek(a)gmail.com> wrote:
No matter. But why the hell do you think that survey
positive changes to the unified interface?
"Let's hold a survey" is almost like "let's create a
get the lowest common denominator. Often that's something nobody will
want to use.
I've seen that in too many areas of life. Just call me paranoid ;)
There's also one thing I'm wondering about.
Why can't you really tell us
what is so special in YaST-Qt what makes you like it so much (; ?
Actually, as I have explained hopefully in my other mail, it was the
total unusability of the GTK interface some time ago that made the QT
interface so superior. I now looked at the new GTK think and it
definitely is much better. I'll need to actually use it for some time,
then I can see what I am missing. (Which does not automatically mean it
is a good idea to implement the "missing for me" stuff in a GUI package
management. It might be just some use case where the answer "if you
want to do *that*, zypper is a better tool for you" is totally
"Any ideas, John?"
"Well, surrounding them's out."
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