marianomarini_vi wrote:I hope be able to contribute keeping a share friendly discussion.
Maybe we are looking the same thing from different point of view.
Let me show if I right understood the two.
My point of view is from a local environment, saying desktop use; tomw is looking from an higher an global point of view.
I tried many distribution, included Linspire. This means that I installed them in a desktop environment many and many times. Last is Suse 10.2 in a Compaq laptop with NVIDIA video and USB wi-fi. So I wonder to be the only one faithful member who made it in Italy or in other countries.
My point of view is that, maybe, we can create a network of Church's members Linux users (I hope make sense) as a basis of Linux migration.
My vision is an LDS/GNULinux distribution, but I'm not a prophet, just a dreamer.
If or when the Church does move to a linux distribution for desktops in ward houses, I do believe that local members will play an important part in supporting the machines, like they do now.
Thanks for the thoughts.