Of course, that does not mean everyone will agree. but why should they?[/quote:1e33ua5f]
I totaly agree with that but Iike when ppl give real not “x is just a so bloated” without argument or just saying “someone else said this”, I prefere a personal experience of a valid point like a bug list that make a soft unusable or a word from the devs like for xnoise not being developed anymore.
And that’s where I desagree here with Strumpf he is arguing on a matter of taste not of usability. Clementine is perfectly usable but he don’t like and/or he don’t use all it’s functions and if it is in the future part he could just uninstall it and install the soft he like. I did for other soft in th edefailt pool I prefere over those install its verry easy so I will not argue on that.
Beside that Xnoise is dead it need a replacement my logic to replace it is clementine have all its functionality plus more so it will suite a maximum of users.
But Smurf give a good point it make internet call and not everyone want that. Some ppl lives in region where internet is limited but will those call will eat many bandwith I’m not shure of that. So is that make it unsuable for the majority ? no.
Thats why I was questionning him I was “hopping” he will give me a reason to doubt over Clementine.
All the rest is a matter of taste if we argue on the taste we can argue on the default pool of every distro for every software. Why empathy over pidgin, why xfburn over k3b etc etc And last but not least : why antergos why not stick to arch ? I think we havn’t the time for that.
That’s the beauty of OSS
We can argue ont that but it is also the worst thing of OSS it is creating more and more small groups of ppl that are not ok within the other and never change their mind because they can do as they want at th moment their is a lack of consistency. For me it is a problem.
But it is not the place to argue on that.
Long Live Antergos
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