Mike Bird wrote:
On Fri June 20 2008 15:09:10 David Boles wrote:Ok. How many of those of you that are disappointed or upset with KDE 4.x did any research *before* you installed/upgraded? How many of you downloaded a KDE Live-CD and actually tried it *before* you installed/upgraded?Please see the subject of this thread. Those of us who are switching are doing so because the answer to the question was negative. We didn't randomly upgrade our production systems. We tested F9 and determined that KDE 4.x is not ready for prime time. On Fri June 20 2008 15:32:54 David Boles wrote:As for switching distros? You don't really believe that the other distros won't go to KDE 4.x.x too do you? ;-)The other distros are supporting both KDE 3.5 and KDE 4.x for one to three years. This allows people to migrate once KDE 4.x meets theirneeds. FWIW it looks like we'll probably standardize on Debian Lenny, although Kubuntu Hardy is still a possibility.
Then by all means you should certainly switch. Linux is choice. But you do know that you new distro will switch to KDE 4.0 soon too right? -- David
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