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« Reply #75 on: May 30, 2012, 18:18:49 PM »

From Google translate
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« Reply #76 on: May 30, 2012, 18:58:18 PM »

Mmm .. still can not read it totaly (google translate still is not that good).

But things i notice and question i have are:
- Pardus Advisory Board decide the future of Pardus;
- Anka is developed under the leadership of Pardus Users Associaton
- in 2011 the final version of Pardus came??? (yeah, nice political answer)
- TUBUTAK will continue official version of Pardus (corporate edition?)
- The rest is more political blaah blaah ..

So what changed? Not really much, there comes not a real community edition, because it
is under supervise of the board (And in the board are Ahmet Kaplan and Sezai Yaniay).

But where i got most fear of is the way they want to change Pardus, it is the contrary of my vision
you can read here:

http://worldforum.pardus-linux.nl/index.php?topic=4371.msg24368;topicseen#msg24368

And a reaction on my vision from Gokmen Goksel on facebook:

Gokmen says:
We tried to create a distro which works out-of-the-box, yes. And we always stayed on this vision
so Pardus is here. If you take this feature out you will fail. If you decided to make something
completely different from Pardus itself you have to fork it, you shouldn't use its brand/logos etc.
of course you may say "it'based on Pardus".

And later on he says:
In English: If you don't keep features which make Pardus different from other distros you lost
Pardus's userbase like Richard said. If you are planing to make a distro to play with 3-5 people
as a hobby it's fine to ship multiple desktop in one CD/DVD. But if you are trying to make Pardus
alive you need to make it Pardus way or making it under another brand/name and show
that "it's powered by Pardus".

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« Reply #77 on: May 30, 2012, 20:54:45 PM »

What can I say? I am 100% agree with you.

I am working for GSM company which is global. We have management systems Solaris and Redhat.

If we concentrate on linux part which is RedHat. From the beginning I really hate the way of working rpm.

In the office also I am using Pardus on my laptop with virtual machine. Windows part is only for outlook and some programs related to internet explorer.

Pardus is the only distribution that I feel comfortable and easy to use.

Pisi is really good package manager. for rpm based you need to use yum for update rpm to install. But on pisi everything is there.

Tübitak started a good work and it should go with improvement. They should keep the base logic behind the Pardus. Otherwise as you said it will be common like other distros.

Then why I need Pardus if there exists same distributions.

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« Reply #78 on: May 30, 2012, 22:42:35 PM »

Totaly agree with you saygili Smiley
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