On Tuesday 03 March 2009 07:45:38 am Vincent Untz wrote:
Le lundi 02 mars 2009, à 10:08 -0600, Rajko M. a écrit
This was meant as answer on one post on
opensuse(a)opensuse.org mail list,
but discussion probably suits better here, or marketing list.
What do you think?
I think I'm missing the background (which is likely the post on
opensuse(a)opensuse.org) because, well, I'm not quite what feedback you'd
like to have :-) Can you elaborate more on what's the issue that is
It is one of threads that was off topic for the opensuse(a)opensuse.org and went
This is where it starts:
= Issue =
The issue that should be discussed is why after 3.5 years since openSUSE
exists, Ubuntu is still growing faster than anybody else. What they do that we
don't. Martin's answer has some valid points. We proclaimed as a goal "the
most useful Linux" but what that means is defined just as much as "user
friendly". What groups of people are happy with it.
= Numbers =
I believe in numbers, but my statistics skills are basic, so I
need serious help there, with ideas how to organize data collection as
There is a lot of user feedback in mail lists and forum, but the best that we
have from that is "there was a lot of complains on <name feature>". There
no numbers behind "a lot" and even worse there is no positive feedback backed
If you add ubuntu.com
in Traffic History Graph on:
than it is obvious that opensuse.org
is on par with
Ubuntu, which suggests one possible approach, that, I'm sure, will benefit
users of both, but it is not the only approach.
= Goal =
The goal is to give openSUSE numerical feedback, that we and upstream projects
can use to decide what to work on. Mentioned links can give us measure how
good we are, but we need more details.
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