Prospects for an accessible and open version of Android?
Linux for blind general discussion
blinux-list at redhat.com
Mon Jun 22 14:06:39 UTC 2020
Issue is euphamism and a cliché word.
That guy has issues.
That guy is nutty as a damn fruitcake.
Another word that falls into the same category is share.
I was at a group meeting last night and one of the panel participants shared with us his adventures.
Share is something you use, for example, as generously distributing. Not for discussion, or talked about.
That's what he means by issue being over-used.
----- Original Message -----
From: Linux for blind general discussion <blinux-list at redhat.com>
To: blinux-list at redhat.com
Date: Mon, 22 Jun 2020 13:54:39 +0000
Subject: Re: Prospects for an accessible and open version of Android?
> No piece of sufficiently complex software is perfect(SBL is my
> favorite console screen reader and I wish it was packaged for as many
> distros as espeakup and Fenrir are, but it does have this annoying
> habit that when programs have an updating progress statement at the
> bottom of their output, SBL starts over reading the line whenever it
> updates instead of finishing the read it started, and where this
> progress moves quickly(e.g. the program executing on many small
> inputs), it often never gets to reading the important part of the
> progress statement), and often, which flaws one is willing to put up
> with are just as important as which features one values most when
> selecting between two pieces of software that do similar jobs.
> That said, I'm curious what the person who said "issues is an overused
> word" or something to that effect meant, especially with how they
> agreed with the person they were quoting just replacing "issues" with
> "problems". I realize this is probably an argument of definitions, but
> I've always thought of these words as synonyms and unlike words like
> "affordable", "inexpensive", and "cheap" where there is the same
> denotation but quite different connotation, I consider "problem" and
> "issue" to be the same in both denotation and connotation.
> Blinux-list mailing list
> Blinux-list at redhat.com
More information about the Blinux-list