James Heaver wrote:
>Kubuntu is here to make the transition from geek to human being. In
>this process the K's may or may not become a sticking point, but just
>becuase its a silly problem doesn't mean it won't scupper kubuntu
>being used by human beings.
>Human beings are strange illogical creatures that should never be
I can't begin to say how much I completely agree with this attitude!
This captures the original intent of my post, written about 1000 times
more eloquently that I could've!
It's one of the major things I
learnt throughout my (albeit short so far compared to some)
career...geeks go in search of great IT solutions, and find them
regardless of name/ugliness/<insert superficiality here>...humans (for
the most part) don't.
(Who is very sick of hot weather and envying all you Northern Hemisphere
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