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Ratings system for TechieMoe's rants...
Originally Posted by techieMoe
::moderator edit:: I split this off from another topic to keep from hijacking the fellow's thread. - TM
Re: Singing praise to Fedora Core 4Originally Posted by Dapper Dan
Re: Singing praise to Fedora Core 4Originally Posted by Dapper DanRegistered Linux user #270181
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How about a set number of coasters and those would be equal to certain aspects of the Distro. For instance, a coaster for ease of install and hardware detection. If it does this well, no coaster. If it is ok but not great, half a coaster. If it just doesn't work well, a full coaster. Yes, coasters should be awarded to bad things. Or maybe do coasters and penguins...LOL Coasters=Bad...penguins, well ya know.
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Re: CoastersOriginally Posted by Hiko
Installs correctly: 1 penguin/1 coaster (yes, no)
Detects hardware: 1 penguin/1 coaster
Useful offline (big one for me): 1 penguin/1 coaster
I can actually do work on it: 1 penguin/1 coaster
Keep in mind I'm not trying to be a MadPenguin or Tom's Hardware and be completely fair with everything. I'm not going to go into a *great* amount of detail as far as fractions of a point or such, but I am willing to consider half points (like for instance one that detects MOST of my hardware but not all). Would anyone be willing to come up with some small penguin/coaster graphics I could use? I don't want them to be much larger than the text I have in the headers already. Just an idea.Registered Linux user #270181
10-24-2005 #10Originally Posted by TechieMoe
Or maybe do coasters and penguins...LOL Coasters=Bad...penguins, well ya know.
EDIT: no sooner had i posted this that i realised that TechieMoe has already devised a system (which wasn't there when i started writing the above). oh well. its food for thought, anyway.