My requirements are simple:
- Install and run easily as a VMWare Workstation guest operating system;
- Don’t confuse me too much with the UI;
- Make it easy to get multimedia stuff installed;
I do reserve the right to keep trying stuff out. However, I’ve settled on KUbuntu. Yesterday, I easily upgraded from v12.10 to the latest 13.04. Worked great.
Now I can get back to fiddling with the OS – and not just fiddling with VMWare installs and such.
I have a lot of respect for Phil Sturgeon. Have read some great articles by Phil over the years. He’s digging in here: http://philsturgeon.co.uk/blog/2013/04/is-psr0-shortsighted-or-are-you
This guy (Tom Butler) is new to me – but he’s a good writer and makes some really interesting points. I’m able to follow his code for the most part: http://r.je/php-psr-0-pretty-shortsighted-really.html. He seems very bright.
I fiddle with PHP. I want to do the right thing. These PHP ‘standards’ are good to know – as the more up-to-date frameworks embrace them.
I read a *lot* of these types of articles.
I learn best by repeated failures: I call it ‘Error Driven Development’. Works for me.