For the person that craves the challenge of the Linux system - our goal in developing Linux software is NOT geared towards the 'Linux guru' but for the "rest of us folks". Mainly the many of you that have gotten put off by the tactics that Microsoft has recently taken to (demonstrated by the release of Windows 10) or just has a desire to start the learning process of the fascinating world of GNU/ Linux.
So.. our Linux software development "plan for action" has two paths.
(1) to provide a GUI (graphical interface) for users that prefer this type interaction with the system for some apps that I've personally found a need for - in other words - the M$ Windows "point and click" concept of computing that a lot of us folks have grown accustom to and may prefer.
(2) to provide apps, developed using the "Gambas" programming language, that gives the student the information on exactly what the GUI is doing when a button is clicked - in other words how the Gambas GUI code translates into the Terminal commands. This can be used to "visually" learn about what's going on behind the scene (GUI): we call this special concept "Terminal Wiz Apps": the concept is being developed as we speak.
I expect to have MANY new Linux apps published (as well as some information content) on the site in the near future; therefore, think it best to group them for the sake of non-clutterization (if that's a word):
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