On Jun 11, 1:29  쮮
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> Back to topic: please ask some product manager that you trust about
> the basic installer requirement that I've mentioned (it's not my
> requirement, but a general one).
>

http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ee915058.aspx

"Another reason to streamline setup is that inexperienced users
sometimes overanalyze options, fearing that a wrong choice could be
irreversible or destructive. Forcing users to make decisions about
things they don't understand or care about can make them feel anxious,
incompetent, and even frustrated. Not a good first impression. It is
better just to get them going quickly, feeling comfortable and
confident as they explore the features in your program, and making
better decisions about feature options at that time."

Standard Setup, Custom Setup, that is adding too much noise. Also, an
standard setup should not alter the user environment.

RubyInstaller provides an access to the command prompt, "Start Command
Prompt with Ruby", which is located inside the Program menu, the place
newcomers will check as soon the installed something.

If you're savvy enough to attempt to use the default command prompt
that means you know about "Add Ruby to your PATH" option, which you
should have checked.

"Scope pages (typical, custom, or minimum)

Prefer to eliminate this page. Assume that most users want the typical
setup experience (and design that experience so that it works well for
most users)."

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Anyhow, seem your level of expertise in fields from OO, embedded
system, consulting, UX and UI is so huge, perhaps you can support your
words with code.

Yeah, code, that thing that make things work.

Here is RubyInstaller repository:

http://github.com/oneclick/rubyinstaller

Bet you something: if you contribute "something" instead of continuous
non-constructive criticism, I'll happily apply to the project. After
all, we all will benefit.

To the above statement you will argue that you have nothing to prove
me, which will result in prove my point: your complete lack of
technical skills.

So, I challenge you for once and for all *do* something instead of
flood with criticism. Change start on you.

Until then, bye.

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Luis Lavena