Am 17.05.2007, 19:32 Uhr, schrieb Brian Imhausen email@example.com:
Maybe distinct desktop installer cd images (a la Mandriva) and a unified dvd image which presents the user with an option before running the live environment?
Yeah! That sounds like a good idea! We should do that.
The description of each desktop's functionality could appear on a page for downloading the installer media...
Maybe we can link not only to a description but also to a short demo of each desktop environment? So that each user can figure out, which basic layout fits him most?
"Multiple graphical desktop environments are available for Linux - KDE and GNOME are the most popular. openSUSE offers a choice of both. Both will cover your basic needs. Which one suits you best is a matter of personal taste and wants."
That is exactly the description we need. It is no suggestions but doesn`t confuse the user. I like it. I would just add something like: [...] Both will cover your basic needs like browsing the internet, emailing, doing office work, picture editing and multimedia. [...]
Mhm. Maybe the description is too long. But something similar. What do you think?