naturalblue wrote:Hey, I didn't mean to start a big conversation on the subject or get anybody's feckles up or re-arrange the way Mint does it development cycle. I'd just keep hearing good things coming up about new betas but can't get my hands on them, when I really wan't to test out the new minty goodness. If Mint decides to keep internal betas, no problem, I can live with that, but I still do think for it to be a community edition, the community should be involved at every step. I'm not saying anything about the project. In fact, it is the first distro of Linux that has allowed me to completely free myself of Windows. SO thank you for that.
The internal betas are for quality control reasons.
This makes sure the old bugs were fixed and no new bugs aren't added
I think you are missing the point.... A community release is not under the control of one person.... The community has a say in it.... This is not the case......
Not a slam as Boo does an awesome job for a one-person release.... Just an observation....
gman2 wrote:I can't start ndisgtk from the menu, do others have that problem? Have to start from command line. Was that one of the bugs and if so was it fixed?
kdesu /usr/sbin/ndisgtk --kde
kdesu: Unknown option '--kde'.
kdesu: Use --help to get a list of available command line options.
kdesu "/usr/sbin/ndisgtk --kde"
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