> On Jan 27,[masked]:53 PM, "badiane" <[address removed]> wrote:
> Most average windows users are, well morons who think that because they
> familiar with using an interface they think they understand computing.
> people do not want to make an effort to learn then no one should have to
> dumb themselves down to make them feel comfortable. If you go to a
> college and you don't understand or can't rise up to the challenge you
> out. No one would ever expect that Harvard lowers their standard. But
> since Linux is "NOT" microsoft and is seen by many as an upstart or wanna
> (linux' roots go farther back than M$) then they think that Linux has to
> bend to them. No, No, No. It's up to the programmers and documentation
> writers to provide proper abstraction of the underlying structures (
> this may help them: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Critical_thinking
> the document writers to understand how different groups of people
> and comprehend information and write accordingly. I just needed to get
> this off my chest.