On Mon, 2012-10-08 at 16:49 +0200, Ralf Corsepius wrote: > On 10/08/2012 10:49 AM, Jiri Eischmann wrote: > > Reindl Harald píše v Ne 07. 10. 2012 v 20:02 +0200: > >> Am 07.10.2012 19:55, schrieb drago01: > >>> Maybe maybe not. The point is that a fancy software shop would result > >>> into this "old mother" type of user consider to use fedora. > >>> A user ultimately don't care about packages but about applications. > >>> Other distritors are moving in this direction while we fall behind. > >>> We should lead here like we do in other areas. > >> > >> why do we need to lead everywehre for every price? > >> > >>>> It will be nice if more people uses Fedora, but it not the main target, > >>>> the > >>>> greatness of Fedora is not measured but how many user it have, compared > >>>> to > >>>> other Linuxes or other os'es. > >>> > >>> Well without users (and growth) it will become irrelevant and thus it > >>> will become harder to achieve anything else. > >> > >> nobody says "without users" > >> but do we really need every noob as user? > > > > Why does some of us imply it's about noobs? > Because hardly any of the non-noobs misses this "Software Center" and > because non-noobs know that the term "apps" is an Apple/Google marketing > hype?
User experience is important for everyone. Not just noobs. And currently Fedora is certainly not "first" when it comes on Applications installation user experience.
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