[Sugar-devel] Can we be a little more friendly to Ubuntu users
damage3025 at gmail.com
Tue Feb 28 00:56:03 EST 2012
> I don't know of one. Try sucrose-0.90. Trisquel probably won't have a
> later version of Sugar than Ubuntu does ... if they did, they would have
> pushed the work upstream to Ubuntu and Debian.
> Otherwise, use Sweets. Have you tried that yet?
Testing is not very easy for me. I'm an undergraduate having classes
to attend, you know.
Sugar's wiki shouldn't be a place for distribution recommendation
and/or debate. We'd respect users' origin choices as much as possible.
Personally, I don't like distribution switch recommendation. Can
anyone prove or disprove whether Trisquel offers practical advantage
over Ubuntu with regard to Sugar installation.
AFAIK, Trisquel inspired the author of Sweets. This can be mentioned
in the Ubuntu page, but it has nothing to do with distribution switch.
I just knew Fedora-based SoaS before noticing similar, probably
better, Trisquel-based TOAST. TOAST should be useful for anyone who
can use a x86 virtual/real machine. It can be mentioned in Ubuntu page
because Ubuntu users may expect Ubuntu like command line rather than
Fedora command line. TOAST has nothing to do with distribution switch
Trisquel's page is not satisfactory also. But my focus would limit to
Ubuntu page currently.
For Ubuntu Sugar Remix, I notice that their mailing list already have
had spams for some times. It seems that the origin team is not there
any more. Maybe I should try to ask "mainstream" Ubuntu people
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