I am an Ubuntu and Debian user. I am not excited by systemd. If I had a vote, it would be no. Not that I don't want systemd developed, but I would like it as a drop in replacement of init V, not a replacement of init and the forced replacement of the kitchen sink, stove, oven, counter top, refrigerator, floor, cookware, silverware, garage, patio, wall hangings, and spouse.
If I were to make a car analogy, I am replacing the old traditional key ignition with newer key-less FOB system. However, to make the upgrade happen, I have to replace the battery, the wiring, the computer, the dash, the steering column, the power steering system, electric windows and door lock controls, the air bags, seat belts, tires, fuel filter, and exhaust. And from that day forth, I will have to fill the fuel tank with certified organic peanut oil. Why? Well, cause it will make my car start faster. Isn't it amazing? The A/C and radio will start in parallel with the engine. I should be thankful.
Every attacker is accounting for swapped 'e's and '3's, folks, that doesn't help.
I've moved on from the common 1337 substitution in my passwords and started substituting my QWERTY keyboard with a Dvorak keyboard. When it's time to change passwords again, I'll get a Cyrillic keyboard.
It is a mix between lazy, multitasking, and getting diverted. Usually I'll get on the PC for a half an hour to an hour to look up something or just read some news. Before I am finished, I get called away to take care of some non-computer things. (It seems to happen a lot when you have a wife and small kids.) And then it will be a few days before I get back to the computer; I will need to reference something again, so I will open new tabs or windows because I didn't finish what I was looking at before. After a few months, you've managed to accumulate hundreds of tabs. Bookmarks might be a good solution, but I'd have to be motivated to bookmark a few hundred tabs. And then I'd have to manage the bookmarks.
I'd love it if Slashdot felt functional in lynx. I would love to read it through ssh at work on my windows laptop.
Since there's some constructive comments here, I'd like to add my own:
At least have a light version for alternative browser like lynx as many users don't have access to graphical browsers where they work.
It is about the size of a Honda Civic muffler after the car has been converted into a rice rocket.
The missing option I would have voted for:
I'll let a computer drive the car as soon as I can upload my consciousness to it.
I personally like to take my latin american and McAffee news with a pinch of salt, a shot of tequila, and a slice of lime.
Some key features were degraded when upgrading from girlfriend to the wife license. However, all the features listed in the OP remained.
I have said device. I call her wife.
My previous device was called mother. She did all the wife could do, except she had difficulties communicating with the home computer and detecting odors.
I'm worried that if you tell Republicans there's oil in asteroids, they'd try to have them delivered to Texas.
Porsche: there simply is no substitute. -- Risky Business