> I really don't want to mock around, but
> if Linux ever wants to be popular on
> desktops, it needs grafical "point and
> click" interface/program to modify it's
> Yes, Windows Registry is garbage (not
> stable, not editable in text editor on
> console, etc.) BUT IT WORKS... most of
> the time.
Well, flat text config files work right now too. All of the time.
GUIs are handy and I agree that the average user will need one for widespread desktop acceptance of Linux. But binary is not the way to go. Let's learn from the mistakes of others. Plain text is GOODNESS.