Rev for Linux (was Re: iPadding around?)
viktoras at ekoinf.net
Wed Feb 3 04:54:09 CST 2010
I agree :-), still
a) is also valid for developers of any other existing Linux distribution
- given enough motivation, people manage to cope with their plates;
b) if onRev server is included, then it is not limited to development,
but can also be deployed as a server (you know LAMP, so this could be
LAMR or even RAMR ;-) ).
Richmond Mathewson wrote:
> On 03/02/2010 12:17, viktoras d. wrote:
>> what about creating our own Debian based Linux distribution?.. We
>> would give it a name of Revolinux with most of the system management
>> utilities (or GUIs for these) written in RevTalk, its own software
>> repositories. This would provide a lot of opportunities and
>> motivation to test and polish Revolution on Linux. Revolution engine
>> could also be an integral part of the distribution, well, the paid
>> version of it ;-). And it could be released with integrated and
>> pre-configured onRev server as well.
> that's a wonderful idea! And, like most wonderful ideas will "die a
> death" for
> 2 very simple reasons:
> 1. Most people have enough work on their plate already.
> 2. "Revolinux" would be fantastic for development purposes; but I
> cannot see
> end-users installing it 'just' to run somebody's standalone; can
> you ?
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