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>> In Indy you don't have to tinker.
>At least, that's the plan.
>How that plan get's done (KDE, Gnome, console UIs of various sorts, ...)
>I don't care.
>A car that requires tinkering before being able to drive it off the lot
>is -not- the same as a car that -allows- tinkering/souping up
>once you get it home.
>Getting Indy/whatever installed and usable should not require tinkering.
>But it should be made easy to -allow- tinkering -after- installation for
>those who later wish/need to do so.
I like that analogy. Thanks.