The future of Linux

05/12/2008 - 19:30 von Linux Futurist | Report spam
I have been considering the following for some time now and I have reached
the irrevocable conclusion that the CLI is the past and GUI is the future.

If Linux is to compete with other OS's then GUI is the *only* way forward.
This *new reality* is dictated by the needs of those wishing to migrate
from their current OS to Linux.

If the Linux community refuses to recognize this reality by not offering
these potential migrants the assistance they need in learning how to use
the GUI then Linux will wither and die.

Any so called Linux guru who continues to cling to the past and denounce
the GUI will become extinct and irrelevant, assuming they aren't already.

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#1 Dirk T. Verbeek
05/12/2008 - 19:39 | Warnen spam
Linux Futurist schreef:
I have been considering the following for some time now and I have reached
the irrevocable conclusion that the CLI is the past and GUI is the future.



Welcome to the Ubuntu desktop.

If Linux is to compete with other OS's then GUI is the *only* way forward.
This *new reality* is dictated by the needs of those wishing to migrate
from their current OS to Linux.



On the desktop.

If the Linux community refuses to recognize this reality by not offering
these potential migrants the assistance they need in learning how to use
the GUI then Linux will wither and die.



You keep missing this important point, on the desktop.
And it's widely recognised the Ubuntu community is the best help a
computer user can get.
I am sure we're willing to teach noobs like you the use of the CLI as
well as the GUI, all depending what you use the OS for.

Any so called Linux guru who continues to cling to the past and denounce
the GUI will become extinct and irrelevant, assuming they aren't already.




Yeah whatever. It's just that you sound so irrelevant...

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