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Dec 15 2001
I'm not a fan of cloud-cumputing at all. It smell fishy, and it's microsoft-google kind of big-corp idea just to use our machine for their idea of prison-web.
I don't know much about how a web-site should be dressed-up either.

Being called openDesktop, what if this could be kind of an "openDirectory"...

Even though I've been around linux for 3yrs with/trying almost any commun distro, including some rough/dirty hands install like debian, slackware and arch, I'm a noobe. But while on that trail I've read a small bit about freeBSD, and this is where I'm getting at, for this idea of a site, where users could archive their apps and also install apps directly from this kind of site-directory.

It's just an idea. But from there, maybe it would be a way, in the long run, to standardize linux a bit more (instead of having 5656± disros not all so compatible with one another;) and being trully open.

Peace;)
- Oct 01 2011
I'm not a fan of cloud-cumputing at all. It smell fishy, and it's microsoft-google kind of big-corp idea just to use our machine for their idea of prison-web.
I don't know much about how a web-site should be dressed-up either.

Being called openDesktop, what if this could be kind of an "openDirectory"...

Even though I've been around linux for 3yrs with/trying almost any commun distro, including some rough/dirty hands install like debian, slackware and arch, I'm a noobe. But while on that trail I've read a small bit about freeBSD, and this is where I'm getting at, for this idea of a site, where users could archive their apps and also install apps directly from this kind of site-directory.

It's just an idea. But from there, maybe it would be a way, in the long run, to standardize linux a bit more (instead of having 5656± disros not all so compatible with one another;) and being trully open.

Peace;)
- Oct 01 2011
I'm not a fan of cloud-cumputing at all. It smell fishy, and it's microsoft-google kind of big-corp idea just to use our machine for their idea of prison-web.
I don't know much about how a web-site should be dressed-up either.

Being called openDesktop, what if this could be kind of an "openDirectory"...

Even though I've been around linux for 3yrs with/trying almost any commun distro, including some rough/dirty hands install like debian, slackware and arch, I'm a noobe. But while on that trail I've read a small bit about freeBSD, and this is where I'm getting at, for this idea of a site, where users could archive their apps and also install apps directly from this kind of site-directory.

It's just an idea. But from there, maybe it would be a way, in the long run, to standardize linux a bit more (instead of having 5656± disros not all so compatible with one another;) and being trully open.

Peace;)
- Oct 01 2011