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Re: [gNewSense-users] I decided to abandon gNewSense

From: Mu
Subject: Re: [gNewSense-users] I decided to abandon gNewSense
Date: Tue, 19 May 2009 15:41:35 +0200

Don't you think that is better to use Ubuntu than Windows XP? I
understand you concerns with not fully free software, but still I
think it is a begining. In fact, I think gNS can be very difficult for
a person who is not used to GNU/Linux. Even all free software ideas
are difficult to understand in the begining. It would be easier to
start using other GNU/Linux, and switch once you are prepared.


2009/5/19 Quiliro Ordóñez <address@hidden>:
> 2009/5/19 Mu <address@hidden>
>> Hello Patrick.
>> I see your point, but I would recommend you to try other ways. I
>> figure you know that gNS is a special GNU/Linux distribution, which is
>> caracterized by making the greatest efforts to achieve freedom. This
>> policy means an extra effort, for both users and programmers. I
>> understand that this could be too much for you, but you should try a
>> less free GNU/Linux instead of going directly to the oposite side.
>> Ubuntu for instance would look familiar too you and it is very
>> probable that you won't have problems with connection. And while using
>> it, maybe you get accustomed to it, and maybe you could return to gNS
>> in a future.
> I do not think that a partial migration is better than a complete one unless
> it is for functionality rather than values. I think that a person should
> place values before anything else but that's just me. I would suggest paying
> a person for one to one support. I am available and will not charge much.
> ;-)
> --
> Saludos/Greetings
> Quiliro Ordóñez
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