Re: [dev] Re: Linux distros that don't suck too too much

From: hiro <>
Date: Fri, 13 May 2016 14:28:35 +0200

the main complication is not to learn how to use a piece of software,
but to find or create the right one to use.

On 5/13/16, Rubén Llorente <> wrote:
> Ben Woolley <> wrote:
>> The word "properly" presumes a purpose/end/effect. Billions of people use
>> computers for their own purposes. If you are going to be making an
>> argument about how people should be using their computers, you need to
>> explain what purpose you are using, and why it doesn't satisfy the
>> purpose.
> Indeed.
> Obviously, the user must be able to figure the application he is going
> to use out, whatever it might be. The arguments apply the same to both
> users who want to browse some porn sites and users that want to simulate
> structure integrity problems with the computer.
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