On Thursday 20 November 2014 08.09:59 S. wrote:
I think he stated the point very well from the viewpoint of a normal user. The comparison with Ubuntu is perhaps a bit wearisome for the openSUSE devs, but it's definitely the elephant in the room here. Any thoughts?
What did we really want user that has sold their brain ? Sorry to be harsh. But then why under windows it is so complicated to have software it doesn't mimic ubuntu center things, nor do an apple, nor ...
Come on, it's time to relearn to read. If you start a new adventure getting some lecture is mandatory.
This doesn't excuse us, to have a non working wiki for newbies. But who apart from nearly new comer can wrote it?
Why those kind of people just show after a release, shout and disappear. Why they're still not already actively (like doing stuff, not just blabla) acting.
With the time spent to wrote and read this thread, 2/3 of easy fixes would already have been done.
Guess what, same remarks will occur next release, cause those goose have already jump on a better green grass. If you don't give time/effort whatever is needed now to factory, the next release will be the same. No magic, no fairy ...
I will tell you a secret, there's no other green place than Geeko's land. Aren't we not green for them? Who care if they don't did a bullshit minute of work for our cause.
Can we now concentrate on making factory a bit better tomorrow than yesterday.