Linked by Eugenia Loli on Sat 5th Jul 2008 22:03 UTC
KDE KDE 4.1 is supposed to make everything right with the recently troubled desktop. Everyone agrees now that KDE 4.0 was a mistake. However, what the mistake was -- and whose -- is a matter of opinion. KDE developers blame distributions for rushing to include a release that was never intended for everyday use, while users blame developers for changing everything. More here. Also, Tectonic published an article titled "Beyond the desktop with KDE4", while the now well-known for its sarcasm 'Linux Hater' blog has something to say too (warning: some profanity).
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Eugina - who is everyone?
by rtfa on Mon 7th Jul 2008 07:55 UTC
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"Everyone agrees now that KDE 4.0 was a mistake. "

The only people that thought it was a mistake, were those that could not read/understand (ie TROLLS). It was marked as a release for developers in order to start getting their apps ported and was advertised for general use.

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