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Re: is KDE dead - did Gnome win?



On Mon, Dec 22, 2008 at 8:00 AM, Mike Cloaked <mike cloaked gmail com> wrote:
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>
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> Kevin Kofler wrote:
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>> Nope, I'm still using and comaintaining KDE, I don't see how KDE 4.1 is
>> any
>> worse than 3.5. Well, there's a couple of missing features, but most of
>> those are coming back in 4.2. I don't think switching to GNOME makes any
>> sense, really, but of course you're free to use whatever you prefer, as
>> always.
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> I really do hope that KDE4.2 lives up to expectations. I have until recently
> been a loyal user of KDE (from the days of FC1!) but felt I could not use
> KDE4.1 as it stands so I have temporarily switched to Gnome for F10. It is
> not perfect for some of the things I need though, and I am really hoping
> that when KDE4.2 is released to F10 in 2009 that it will be functional to a
> level where I can switch back to using KDE again.
>
> I have not tried the KDE 4.2 test version (in EPEL?) that I believe was
> recently made available, but it would be nice to see good reviews and
> summaries of what works and what is still missing or buggy so that when it
> is released I can feel confident of making the switch back.
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I will tell you my opinion.  KDE 4.2 (beta 2 for now) has lived up to
more than my expectations.
I don't really know what you guys expect from it, but it satisfies all
of my needs and luxury desires.

-- 
Armin

"Character is a muscle"


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