So now you're pulling a "no true scottsman"?|
What, exactly, makes GNOME Shell "psedo-innovation"[sic] and not true innovation?
> To: gnome-shell-list gnome org
> From: jb 1234abcd gmail com
> Subject: Re: GNOME 3 from Fedora user's perpective - request for changes
> Date: Tue, 5 Apr 2011 18:34:31 +0000
> Adam Tauno Williams <awilliam@...> writes:
> > ....
> > > The reaction (not overreaction) by "old-timers" is based on their experience
> > > with what works and what not, and with technical and non-technical user
> > > bases.
> > > Most of these birds are (and should be) concerned with ease-of-use and sane
> > > continuity of design of their daily tools.
> > Bogus. Don't try the old-war-horse defense. I'm an old war horse.
> > Professional UNIX admin for >15 years, used LINUX since kernel 0.99a,
> > and paid subscriber back in the Ximian days.
> > There are lots of things that are clunky in the 'legacy' 2.x GNOME, 3.0
> > has some shiney-and-new wobbles, but the direction is well thought out.
> > Things change. Move on.
> I am aware of what innovation is and *am for* moving to GNOME 3.
> You misrepresent my intentions.
> I am aginst a psedo-innovation like in case I described in my original post.
> It is limited to that aspect, for now.
> Get it.
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