[gobolinux-users] FW: Well...gobolinux community

Eric Alan Solo sambarino1337 at gmail.com
Sat Jan 30 01:35:11 NZDT 2010

it wouldnt hurt to have a "brother" distro which simply took the
latest stable release and released an iso with updated packages
installed on a regular basis. GoboLinux UE (user edition) or something
like that. but, the main devels would not do it, it would be some
others who are not able to commit core changes but know enough to get
packages installed and a stable iso out. any volunteers? lol.

On Fri, Jan 29, 2010 at 12:59 PM, Cosmin Apreutesei
<cosmin.apreutesei at gmail.com> wrote:
>> 7. Drop the DIY-stance, especially on forums. I mean, if users propose or
>> request some improvement, at least pretend you are considering it. Not
>> everyone can be a developer to implement it themselves - most of us are
>> simply well-wishing and sympathetic followers.
> Well gobo _is_ the DIY kind of distro, whether intentional or not. It
> gives you just enough rope to be able to keep it clean and up to date
> yourself so you can be independent of the distro's own future or
> provided packages. It's also simple enough so you can hack on your own
> private fork whatever feats you want. This means it's trading
> stability for choice and control, something only advanced users and
> programmers need and appreciate. And even if you wanted to, you can't
> keep ignorant to its internals for too long because of
> stability/documentation issues.
> I'm not sure the gobo devs identify this kind of users as their main
> target, but I wish they did and focus on them. How? By making/keeping
> Scripts and Compile hackable and transparent to programmers (i.e.
> keeping indirection and abstraction low and modularization high --
> bash is horribly complex/slow enough as it is).
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