[scribus] Wrong emphasis
wanderson at nac.net
Sun Sep 6 20:39:59 CEST 2009
It is easy for the discussion of running Scribus on either GNU/Linux or
Windows to deteriorate into meaningless and senseless arguments, unless
one reverts to the fundamental aspect of the question.
What are the "real" advantages/disadvantage of either Operating System
(OS) environment, and features of Scribus available in both.
If the evaluation of Windows versus GNU/Linux covers and is restricted
to - Reliability, Performance, Flexibility (configuration options),
Ease-of-Use, Security (very, very important) and Value (Overall
Costs/ROI), then there is little argument - or should be - that
GNU/Linux is "proven" far superior to any iteration of Windows up to and
including Vista, even given that most creditable Market Research firms
and some Fortune 500 corporations have determined that /*neither OS has
an advantage in the 'Ease-of-Use area*/, of which the choice is purely
Therefore, using Scribus on either OS would or should take above into
consideration, along with other applications used and the
working/business arena that may dictate a particular selection.
Any other rhetoric or ravings are irrelevant.
wanderson at kimalcorp.org
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