gerv at mozilla.org
Fri Dec 7 14:55:25 UTC 2007
Jochen Wiedmann wrote:
> As you guess, these problems aren't present on a modern Linux
> distribution like Ubuntu or Fedora, in which case I simply ask
> Synapse, or Yum, to install the corresponding packages. They are
> typically present in a closed environment: Commercial Unix system
> (AIX, Solaris, HP/UX), no Internet access, no or (even worse)
> partially installed open source stuff.
> However, I am basically sure that if *I* find some problems difficult,
> then Joe Average Bugzilla Installer will find it too.
Is Joe Average going to be using commercial Unix with no Internet
access? I get the impression that Windows and Linux are by far the most
common platforms for Bugzilla.
I'm not convinced that we should ditch GD and spend time rewriting
charts for what seems like a small market segment. Of course, there are
several other reasons we might want to do some work on charts... <blush>
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