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I think it is about making Linux a desktop STANDARD that NORMAL users can go to. The "OS" for NORMAL users needs to be sooo friendly that NORMAL people can just install & run there apps because THAT is what is the most important issue for NORMAL users. Use there apps & get there work done or just enjoy themselves. They don't WANT to configure there OS they just want to use there computer. So how about a research project where they get let's say 20 or more users to try different systems & see which one comes out best. 'OS" for the MASSES is the FINAL test of greatness.