[Catalyst] Random thought...

Matt S Trout dbix-class at trout.me.uk
Mon Apr 17 20:38:28 CEST 2006

Wade.Stuart at fallon.com wrote:
>> Debian for me, mostly because of the apt tools. Haven't tried the
>> drivatives, but they're probably fine too.
>> That said, I've heard that rpm hell is not as bad as it used to be,
>> so no big deal either way.
> It really depends on what market we are going after -- enterprise users
> will be most
> comfortable with RH (FC or Cent),  random devs will most likely be debian
> aware.
> Personally I would think FC or Cent is the way to go,  usually Debian
> people
> understand the RH distros enough to despise them -- whereas RH people
> likely
> have little to no Debianish Distro experience.
> Take the lowest common denominator, you are after all showing a Catalyst
> demo
> not a Distro demo.

Exactly my reasoning. Anyway, we can do a simple control console for the 
smb/etc. stuff. I guess it should probably be a web interface ... now where 
would we find the tools to build one of those ... :)

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