|Subject:||Re: Package building|
|Date:||Thu, 21 Nov 2019 01:38:29 +0200|
|On 19 Nov 2019, at 13:49, Ivan Vučica <address@hidden> wrote:|
I think we have to consider several types of users:
1. Developer - reads documentation and write code. They’re getting knowledge from documentation.
2. Technically-skilled user - sometimes ;) reads docs and tweaks configuration/icons/WM. System administrators, package maintainers.
3. User Vulgaris ;) - uses what their distribution provides as DE (Unity, GNOME, KDE, XFCE).
Obviously, type #3 is not our target audience. For type #1 and #2 should exist reference implementation. That is Linux/FreeBSD based OS preconfigured for everyday usage (development, sysadmin tasks, package building) with documentation in human readable format to make their experiments easy and valuable. That's what I’m trying to create with NEXTSPACE.
That’s an option.
Personally I’ve decided to define such user as "not my target audience” (I’m talking about NEXTSPACE here). Because such user looks for something MacOS-like or Windows-like. He will find DE that meets his expectations - GNOME/KDE/XFCE.
You’re welcome. I’ll be glad to hear your impression/critics.
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