Linked by Thom Holwerda on Sun 18th Jun 2006 14:26 UTC
KDE This is the 3rd installment in my series on deficiencies in common desktop environments. After GNOME and the Mac/MacOS, it is now KDE's turn. As with the other installments, this is a rant. Beware.
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by IndigoJo on Sun 18th Jun 2006 16:42 UTC in reply to "RE"
IndigoJo
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When I booted SuSE 9 for the first time, I got a tip of the day that read "The K in KDE doesn't actually stand for anything. The letter K is next to the letter 'L' in the Roman alphabet, which stands for our favourite thing - Linux!"

That's only one of many hints you get while starting KDE or its apps for the first time. I've used every version of SUSE since 8.1 and I've never seen that particular tip. But I agree it is lame.

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