[OT] Blowing my mind about Linux

Alejandro Tejada capellan2000 at gmail.com
Fri May 11 19:54:21 EDT 2012


Last time I checked, most Linux developers
EXPECT that most of their users are
Software Developers.

Because of that, their documentation 
(and use) is written in such way that only
another Software Developers could understand.

There have to be some outstanding 
exceptions, but these are few and far

If Linux developers wants to attract
more common computer users, instead of
Software Developers... they have to create
a foolproof Operating System and more
user friendly interfaces and documentation.

Some months ago, I asked in this mail list:
Why the free software movement do not
create a "Free Software Academy" to
teach how to use efficiently the vast
array of free software offering?

I think that now, finally I found the truth...
the real answer to this "apparent" oversight.


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