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Re: FC1 -> FC2 Update: DISASTER!!!


I have read that and understood that paragraph and other explainations
for the reason for the FC program.  I was pushing to get the (bleeding
edge) problems fixed and that was why I started my original comment
down that thread on the 'professionalism' of the upgrade process.
I did not (intentionally) mean to 'open' the discussion in regards 
to 'products' per se but to push to get the FC Gnome issue resolved.
Other respondents noted it and gently 'informed' me to either get
involved and file bug reports to the specific issues I had which
was gracefully handled by them. (thanks)

But I guess you were offened.  I am sorry but I cannot help you.

Isn't this the place where the linux community gathers to discuss,
gripe, complain, praise, contribute, otherwise have an OPEN DISCUSSION
to the benefit of (FC) linux no matter how informed, uniformed, misinformed, 
mature, or immature people might be?

Get a grip, please.

Best regards,
~ Dan

On Fri, 04 Jun 2004 09:38:00 -0700, Craig White wrote
> On Fri, 2004-06-04 at 07:51, Dan Thurman wrote:
> > Hi Jonathan,
> > 
> > I would have expected that SOMEWHERE that GNOME or respective
> > upgrades programs should have taken care of installation issues
> > like this so that less geek people can continue their business
> > without grief. Do we ALL have to become linux experts to fix things
> > that otherwise could be taken care of?  I don't have TIME to read the
> > RTFM's to get a CLUE where I should start when things go wrong.
> > 
> > I would *expect* linux to be a *PROFESSIONALLY* built product with
> > performance tuning, sound configured *automatically*, etc., etc.,
> > but hey... someone has to get paid to support the otherwise lack of
> > professionalism? Don't get me wrong.  This is my wish list. If Linux
> > is ever going to replace M$ as the desktop, then professionalism should
> > be expected and required. That is why M$ wins hands down (never mind
> > the other well-known secret OS hooks, secret snooping, or vaporware
> > program promises or other "sins" M$ did and perhaps continues to do.)
> -----
> I realize that it was a full moon yesterday but where does all this
> whining come from?
> RHEL is professional product
> Fedora is community - bleeding edge product
> The very first paragraph of the home page <http://fedora.redhat.com>
> The Fedora Project is a Red-Hat-sponsored and community-supported 
> open source project. It is also a proving ground for new technology 
> that may eventually make its way into Red Hat products. It is not a 
> product of Red Hat, Inc.
> *** 
> that said - I find this post to be immature and the poster to be either
> entirely misinformed or ignorant.
> Craig
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