thanks for your answers. :)
But I wanted to write this email to state that I
really appreciate the
thought and effort you (and others) have clearly put in this email,
and the professional and constructive way you've put your thoughts
Emails like this is how good changes get started, thank you
Thank you very much, I am pleased to see that someone of the Board is
following my little summary of "problems". Actually those are not big
problems that could make not working openSUSE, but small things that
users notice in the every-day use, so they make difference between one
distribution to the others.
Really worried about the documentation area as a
whole, and the wiki
particularly. It's really difficult to find what you search for if you
don't know your way.
Yes, I agree. Actually searching in the wiki is very "difficult"
because by default not all namespaces are enabled in the "Advanced"
panel. For instance , why "openSUSE", "SDB", "HCL" are
by default? However this problem is mitigated by the fact that most
people search through Google and find directly what they are looking
Furthermore, some pages are not so well written. Take a look, for
example, at How to migrate from Windows . That page doesn't explain
how to really migrate, is just a set of old informations about Linux,
openSUSE and OpenSource stuff... I think that it should consist of
simple paragraphs each of them linking to complete articles, something
-- What is FOSS software, underline that "migration" means also change
-- Suggestions: always backup all your datas, do scandisks/defrags on Windows...
- Some example of FOSS software for different case of use...
- Pros of Linux over Windows
- Pros of openSUSE over other Linux desktop/server distributions
- oS Edu Li-f-E, Build Service, Zypper, all DE equally supported and so on...
That's just a short summary, I don't want to go off-topic here. We can
talk about it in a different thread.
Thanks for your help and attention,
Linux user number 433087
Linux registered machine number 351448
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