I think that would be lie wouldn't it?, what if we don't support that distro or we don't package for that distro?

On Thu, Dec 30, 2010 at 6:49 AM, Martin Owens <doctormo@gmail.com> wrote:
On Wed, 2010-12-29 at 22:53 -0800, Ian Caldwell wrote:
> just realize it is just that all input will be taken into
> consideration and weighed, and as always we can't please everyone so
> not
> everything everyone wants will be on the website otherwise it will end
> up a
> giant mess like it currently is...

I don't mean to be a bore, but what Chris is advocating for is a lie
over a preference. Linux and Gnu/Linux are useless terms, but perhaps we
can do something more clever than the standard inconsiderate marketing
that slaps Linux at the end of a list in the hopes of sating a huge and
complex community with a meaningless term.

"Windows, Mac and Linux [including $detected_distro]"

Add a small bit of text at the end there if you see a distro mentioned
in the browser ident. At least that wouldn't be totally insulting and
not too hard to do if you're already adding in ident detection for the
download page.