DomTerm – A terminal Emulator and Console for Linux

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2 Responses

  1. QWQ says:

    What does this terminal emulator do that many of the scores of terminal emulators already available for Linux don’t? Why would one want to use it, in preference to any of those? What’s the point of this me-too effort? An exercise by somebody to prove that they have the chops to develop a terminal emulator?

    • dragonmouth says:

      How really different from each other are the 70+ desktop environments and window managers? How really different from each other are the countless respins of Ubuntu? What’s the point of this me-too effort? An exercise by somebody to prove that they have the chops to develop a desktop environment, window manager or a distro?

      DomTerm just gives the terminal a little different look than other terminal emulators. The developer only carried on the Linux principle of freedom of expression; the Linux attitude that if it is good to have 5 versions of some software, having 20 or 50 is that much better. All this development of slightly different versions of software is not really making Linux better, only more balkanized.

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