``Freerunner reliable and stable''?!
Michael T. Dean
mtdean at thirdcontact.com
Sun Oct 26 14:07:14 CET 2008
On 10/26/2008 07:12 AM, Paul wrote:
>> I'm a bit tired of all those (useless) threads like this. I DO USE the FR
>> with Om2008.9 for everyday use, I do not even own any other cellphone.
>> We should improve what we have and stop useless discussions, as well
>> about Google's trick of Android which has nothing todo with free
> I agree.
> On http://wiki.openmoko.org/wiki/Neo_FreeRunner everyone can read:
> The FreeRunner can be purchased from the Online Store
> <http://www.openmoko.com> as of July 3, 2008. The software available on
> the phone makes it suitable for power users and developers only -- it is
> not yet ready for the general consumer.
> So whining that it is not ready for the regular user is kind of sad.
> There is a difference between a regular and a power user, and that is
> not only the letters it takes to write the words.
Yeah, now we just have to figure out a way to let all those regular
users who are under the incorrect assumption that they must be power
users because they once downloaded/installed a <insert GNU/Linux distro
here> ISO that they are in fact not power users... (Or, worse yet,
someone who has been a Windows sys admin for 10 years...)
Unfortunately, those who don't have the experience to decide whether
they actually want a FreeRunner without that text are probably most
likely to incorrectly assume they must be power users.
Mike (who hopes to be a good beginner of a power user in 30 years, but
who actually did/does want his FreeRunner)
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