No puedo responder ahí porque:
Entonces respondo acá porque:
Acá está el comentario de hussam con mi respuesta (que lo admito, es un rant) en inglés porque no pienso traducir a otro, a ver si no le hago justicia a su pavada:
I've been using ArchLinux as my only distribution/operating
system since early 2006.
It is really a good distribution but lately there have been
a lot of really bad choices which I call bad compromises:
1. Too many ArchLinux users think gnome/kde are bloat and
instead install some half developed window manager and some
terminal emulator and call it a "minimalist" desktop.
Why is that any of your business? And what "compromise" is there?
2. Optional dependencies are the worst idea ever. If a
package is linked against libsomething.so then libsomething
should be a dependency not an optional dependency. Making
libsomething an optional dependency just because
"minimalist" users don't want to install dependencies is
That's not what optional dependencies are for. For example, consider the example I mentioned, rst2pdf. It can use pythonmagick. It can also not use it. You will lose one small feature that AFAIK only one person ever used. If you need that feature, the manual tells you what to do: install pythonmagick.
Maybe there should be a pacman option "install optdepends" which turns optional dependencies into regular ones. That would make you happy and keep others happy too.
3. Bad leadership. Aaron is fantastic guy but I know at
least two ArchLinux developers who can do a much better job.
That's just stupid and mean.
4. Too many ArchLinux users now like badly automation
scripts like yaourt or whatever it is called.
Parse error. And then again: yaourt is great. You don't like it? Act as if it doesn't exist and be happy. You seem to have a big problem ignoring people who disagree with you. That's a really, really serious personal flaw. I suggest you grow up.
5. Too many noobs who do dumb things like people adding
their users to hal, disk and dbus groups.
Sure, they should add themselves to optical and storage. So what? It's a simple problem and it has a simple solution.
Then again, the adduser scripts probably should do that for regular user accounts. After all, who wants to create a regular user that can't use removable storage? And if said use case exists, that should be doable by removing the user, and not viceversa!
On the other hand, I don't give a damn, because I can fix it trivially.
The main reason why I don't think I will switch to another
distribution soon is that creating Archlinux packages from
scratch is very easy and the initscript system is really
All in all, ArchLinux is a really strong distribution now
and it's constantly growing.
I expect you, like most elitist poseurs, will run away when you feel Arch is too popular and accessible to "too many noobs" or some similar nonsense.
Which, like the title says, is why you are a big part of what's wrong with Linux users.