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From: macintoshzoom (macintoshzoomlavabit.com)
Date: Fri Aug 29 2008 - 04:34:17 CDT
Hi Marco Peereboom,
Marco Peereboom wrote:
>> Yes I have to do it, buy I'm a non-conformist, and I want this OS to
>> improve to its best, so me, a mere mortal, if I'm paining with those
>> usability issues, perhaps the OpenBSD gurus will try to improve
>> usability in months or years to come ...
> You are doing it wrong.
> Every 6 months you update the OS followed
by pkg_add -ui. That is how
> you keep OpenBSD up to snuff. Everything else means you know what you
> are doing and are therefore not entitled to whining.
Yes you may be right.
But, I am building an OpenBSD-KDE PC Desktop distro (focused on
usability for the masses including top privacy/security implementations)
and on my experimental -current box I want to be forward to stable-s to
test and tweak everything asap.
And the current 4.3 OpenBSD isn't ready at all for this, I have to tweak
(read pre-configure the sustem for my focused users, create automated
scripts, create artwork, etc.) many, many things, thousands hours job,
most of them are currently feasible but must be properly configurated.