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Re: revised user types
> and I've removed laptop user because I don't care about him.
Ergh! Given the next post (re: selecting multiple 'personalities'), I
think it's critical we have laptop usage taken into account. A large
(and growing) number of people use laptops, myself included. The use of a
laptop changes usage patterns quite drastically in some cases, and requires
quite a bit of work to get it to operate properly in different
environments, even (especially?) in Windoze. There are a number of tools I
plan to write to help deal with laptop configurations, and I can help write
the list of questions pertaining to laptop usage.
> This is starting to look like a pretty good list!
You missed the educational users. As per someone's comment, there are two
types: k12 and college. They can have dramatically different usage
patterns. I can't find the mail talking about that right now, I have to
leave RSN, but I'll try to write up entries for laptop, k12, and college
users when I get back.
Erik Walthinsen <email@example.com> - SEUL Project system architect
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