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Re: is KDE dead - did Gnome win?

On Fri, Jan 2, 2009 at 2:26 PM, Armin <feng shaun gmail com> wrote:
> On Friday 02 January 2009 16:15:35 Ambrogio wrote:
>> On dom, 2008-12-21 at 14:05 -0500, Mail Lists wrote:
>> > That was the way things used to be. Now KDE is harder to configure,
>> > not as flexible and is difficult if not impossible to set up the way I
>> > like things (task manager showing 1 icon per console or per firefox, the
>> > workspace chooser in the middle, the ability to click and save a session
>> > etc etc).
>> And what about the integration between KDE and Gnome applications.
>> I'm not able to set the right language for Evolution, gimp and some
>> other gnome application.
>> Before in KDE 3 I never had that problems.
>> Bye
>>  Ambrogio

> Guys, for god's sake, this thread is really starting to walk on my nerves.

Thank you, I was wondering if I was alone.

> Have you guys ever tried 4.2 beta 2?  And plus, if you love evolution, why not
> just use gnome.

Fair point. I prefer Thunderbird myself, but I am trying out Kmail

> KMail in my opinion is way better and easier to configure that
> evolution

True, KMail has been quite buggy for me though

> and kde apps just make sense, and that is why I chose KDE.
> Plus, it's very good if you guys appreciate the work of KDE devs.  They have
> *re-written* most of KDE

Kmail looks to be the old one though. Well, the entire Kontact suite
seems to be 3.5.x

> , and with great change comes great problems.  Use it,
> love it, adore it, and report it, and help it. :)
> If you don't have coding skills, help with the artwork, bug reports,
> documentation, etc. etc. and if you do have coding skills, fix the bugs.  It's
> that easy!
> On top of all, I can do things now that I have never been able to do in KDE
> 3.x.


> And well, I won't forget to mention, Happy new year :)
> --
> Armin


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