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Michal Pasternak michal at pasternak.w.lub.pl
Tue Mar 9 10:28:08 PST 2004


Narvi [Tue, Mar 09, 2004 at 02:46:38PM +0200]:
> > J. S. using some desktop Linux + Gnome + Abiword will not care what it
> > really is, as long, as the computer acts like J. S. belives it should act.
> > J. S. will propably notice the difference on other computers (using, for
> > example, MS Windows + MS Office) - but he may still be unable to call this
> > "different program".
> >
> 
> And this is entirely wrong and quite laughable

You have an adorable sense of humour.

> and shows that you haven't
> ever bothered to look into the matter seriously. What you are doing is
> akin to saying @and all blondes are stupid@ in a serious discussion.

Even (especially?) those with a master degree can act silly when it comes to
computer sometimes. I thought we are talking about desktops for ordinary
computer users and useability issues for people, who are only interested in
getting their job done (and, who are *not* interested in learning more about
computers, than they really have). Perhaps you would like to elaborate some
more on this topic, except for going personal, hm?


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