won't someone please think of the users!?
robertcnelson at gmail.com
Thu Apr 26 12:33:48 UTC 2012
On Mon, Apr 23, 2012 at 3:23 AM, Vladimir Pantelic <vladoman at gmail.com> wrote:
> Clark, Rob wrote:
>> just some random thoughts on our release model, etc.. I've been
>> meaning to write up for a while but haven't had time
> [+1] :)
> Actually, the issue isn't as much with Ubuntu as with Android.
> For Ubuntu, I have stopped pointing people at Linaro and always
> advise them to use official Ubuntu releases because there they
> at least stand a chance of getting some kind of support -
> although they often return from #ubuntu-arm saying that
> nobody would/could help them there...
> And don't get me wrong, I absolutely do not expect Linaro
> to provide Ubuntu support, I would actually prefer if Linaro
> Ubuntu builds were much more less visible to end users :)
For some of these users, is ubuntu-arm# really the best place? I know
we'd like to say it's the best place for quick answers, but unless the
user stays logged in for a good length of time and someone that is
able to respond was also logged in saw the actual question, it's more
of hindrance.. If it's related to running something on the panda, the
pandaboard google group would be a much better place to redirect
them.. Then at-least a respondent could actually reply without the
user just disconnecting..
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