Member since: May 19th, 2010
May 19th 2010 10:59PM Surely if people are using it and enjoying using it then that's enough of a reason?Or do you think because you don't like it nobody else should? What about people who want to try things out and think for themselves? Maybe, just maybe, they like some things in Lubuntu, but not everything, and maybe, just maybe, they find that Peppermint (or whatever distro) suits them better. Would it be ok for them to use it then?
May 19th 2010 10:38PM I think the idea behind Peppermint is that it's a hybrid distro. So people can fill it with whatever applications they want to use offline, but then they have the convenience of being able to store things elsewhere without the need to be emailing things to themselves all the time.It's not perfect, but what is? Nothing by MS or Apple could be described as being perfect either, so why all the fuss?If you don't like it, don't use. People who do like it, they will use it. It's new, it will change, it will develop over time.Also, i think for some people, the word "buzzword" is the new buzzword. ;o)
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