Joined: 25 Aug 2006
|Posted: Fri Aug 25, 2006 2:16 pm Post subject: Resons why developers of DSL-N are wasting their time.
|1. They create DSL-N but they expect us to figure how to use it on our own. What are we psychics with special powers that can figure out what each geek term means on their menus? Why not use simple understanding word for what their options do?
2. No DSL-Wiki, WTF is 2006, everyone knows how useful a wiki can be.
3. You know why Ubuntu is so popular? Because is user freindly.
When I go to shut down DSL-N a windows pops up and asked me if I want to save my settings before shutting down. I select yes but then again , How do I save my settings? You expect me to go to the forums and ask for something simple like that?
I think I know why I didn't see an options on the menus for saving my DLS-N settings. Most likely is there but under some nerd/geek name like:
X-40carajetion <---------Nerd/Geek terms developers give to simple fuction like saving you DLS-N settings.
I have a sujestion, how about creating an option in the DSL-N menus named:
Save DSL-N settings <--------------None geek/nerd and understandable term. (For human beings)
You get my point?
When I first read about DSL-N I though it was a great idea, but I'm very disappointed by the poor support is given to it. I don't understand how developers even bother to try to create a great idea but provide no reading support for it. Is like they create a Distribution for themselves and want everyone to figure out everything thru forums. Forums should be an option to get help for difficult stuff and not something so stupid as wasting my time trying to figure out how to save my settings and boot them later.
A DSL-N Wiki will solve many problems to newcomers like me, but until then I am staying away from this one.
Waste of time. (I feel better now)