recently two of my rejects were rejected on the basis of "removing important information in favour of one-click installs" and "removing content that has value to people who like the command line (geeks like me)" since i replaced
Add the PPA (more detailed instructions)
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:ubuntu-mozilla-daily/ppa sudo apt-get update
Now you can install Firefox 4 with the following command sudo aptitude install firefox-4.0
First Add the PPA (How to add a PPA)
ppa:ubuntu-mozilla-daily/ppa then install firefox-4.0 by clicking here or from the software center.
i only changed the command line to gui which retained all its functionality and added user-friendliness
Ubuntu is an end-user operating system used by everyday people who are not typically interested in hacking around a kernel, nor configuring a large collection of tools, projects and packages, nor citing documentation references and command line arguments.
then user-friendliness should be a priority to values of a command-line geek.
ls -lyou don't know more about the computer as somebody, who knows where to click into the gui, to get the checkbox for 'hidden files'. And your language assumes a master, who tells the people who shall use what. Of course the shell is meant for end-users, and I am an end user. And never ever I heard from a developer who restricted the shell to experts only. Nobody is a born expert. Of course the shell was meant for end users! Of course!
apt.marcoceppi.com(but flattered) for APT URLs it's designed for a prototype during it's review by the Ubuntu Server team for acceptance as a replacement for