From Linux World: "One of my first heroes (and a nominee for my Dweeb Hall of Fame) was a guy I ran across on Bix years ago. His name is Roedy Green. To
say that Roedy was sensitive to poorly designed software installation would be to say President Bush is sensitive to suggestions his administration
should have known the 9/11 attacks were coming. Green wrote scathing criticisms of various products -- applications or operating systems, it made no
difference to him -- where the installation had been given short shrift. He knew what he was talking about. Green had an absolute gift for breaking
down the most complex or technical aspects of personal computing into chunks of words and images that anyone could understand."
June 7, 2002
Mandrake 8.2 offers the easiest installation ever