Would a Portable Apps for Linux idea be successful?
I am planning to start off a Portable Apps for Linux idea (based off of the portableapps.com idea), where you can get software that you can put on a USB drive and use it on any computer, with the settings for that program following you.
I have the necessary technical knowledge to do this, and am willing to undertake this, but:
1. I'm not sure if people need this. With the relatively low amount of Linux machines out there, will people need to carry their programs around to the limited amount of Linux boxes out there?
2. Due to the high amount of work to do this, I'd like to know roughly if people will use this, or if this isn't an idea to get many people into.
So I'm asking you: Do you think this idea would be successful?
I want to know if I should do this...