Maybe because it really is a community project??neocookie wrote: I think there is too much of a community feel about the project.
And? I fail to see what this has to do with Mint? If Ubuntu want to go ahead with their "dominance" why not let them?neocookie wrote: Ubuntu is forging ahead in dominance
You need to talk to clem about this ... this is basically his one-man-show. As far as I understand he's focussing on technical issues now, e.g. working on getting a KDE-based release out of the door. You have to bear in mind how relatively young Mint as a distro isneocookie wrote: From that perspective, I think LinuxMint would benefit from a branding exercise
Well, why don't you post suggestions then? e.g. screenshots, or pictures that show what you have in mind? There are others here who posted suggestions about changing the web design, the default wallpaper, and so on. As I said above: this really is a community effort hereneocookie wrote: I don't think it would take much work.
neocookie wrote:From that perspective, I think LinuxMint would benefit from a branding exercise - blah-blah-blah
Ubuntu is forging ahead in dominance
And? I fail to see what this has to do with Mint? If Ubuntu want to go ahead with their "dominance" why not let them?
Ah, come on .... the good old SFRJ wasn't that bad. There were always good things you could firmly count on ... e.g. that the police ("Milicija") would stop you for whatever BS they could come up with ("Oh you don't have the chains for your tyres with you ... Oh, that's bad, that's gonna cost you 20.-- DM .... " "... but: IT'S SUMMER !!!!!" "Don't care. 20.-- Deutschmarks please ... or else !!! ... " ) and that really everybody was corrupt and stubborn (or both!) down to the bone.NiksaVel wrote: Scorp you have to realise that it's difficult it is to think in an open, free, equal and non-competitive way... it's a totaly new idea, even for me who grew up in a communist country
NiksaVel wrote: and instead of a start button we should have a GO button... and call it YUGO )))))))
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