Only those that have a well developed capacity for self-deception. Or an over inflated sense of entitlement.
It's a $35 computer. Mostly, they are 10 times the price. What the hell can any right thinking person realistically expect?????
Chill Dude. You are perpetuating the 'Linux people don't care about beginners' meme. Which is what this thread is all about.
I'm most definitely not a linux person - I've never been so insulted in my life
As an Mac OS, iOS & Microsoft accredited developer as well as using linux for server requirements and some desktop. I'm a solutions person - best solution for the job.
I care passionately about beginners - which is why I'm here and have been testing everything I can lay my hands on since I got my Pi - but I also care passionately that we don't perpetrate the culture that got us to the point where the Pi was needed to be created.
I regularly see users with the most fantastic expectations around new things - mostly fueled by the outrageous claims of marketing depts. People would fair so much better if they took such claims with a pinch of salt and actually investigated what they were getting in to. Saying otherwise isn't helping them and it doesn't help people like you & me that develop & create new things.
Everyone's looking for shortcuts. I upset lots of people all the time by explaining that there aren't any. My best one being people that ask me how to be a good programmer and I point them to this: http://norvig.com/21-days.html
Maybe the new forums should have a private area for those of us that want to discuss solutions to the challenge of presenting the Pi in the right context. Although this chap seems to have done most of the work for us: