2011/12/17 Darrell Anderson <humanreadable@...>: >> You sound like an old fogie who is concerned that rock and >> roll is from the devil. > > Wrong guess, minus five! I was listening to rock and roll and driving my parents bonkers long before you were born. :) > >> I don't think there is a direct connection between the >> two. Then again people using linux are more likely to know >> about computers and want a faster connection. > > Wanting a faster connection is not the same as having one. When broadband is unavailable, which is true in many rural and less developed regions, then wanting won't change that. :) > > Linux based systems often are touted as a way to extend the life of older hardware. Frankly, with what I have seen in free/libre software the past few years, that statement long ago vanished from any truth like the dew on a hot sunny morning. As I said, devs seldom design or test their software on older hardware. Short of minimalistic window managers, the only remaining full desktop environments for older hardware are LXDE, Xfce, and TDE. And Xfce is getting bloated too. > > Darrell > This discussion has gone.. where? I started it to gather opinions for new logo for trinity and trinity website since actuall resembles too much that of kde. What I got is bunch of people disussing which technologies we should use and which not on our new website (that isn't even in early project state, just a simple idea in my mind). And now we are shifting to TDE target... Honestly, IMO this is wrong.