Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 4th May 2009 16:52 UTC, submitted by FrankKarlitschek
KDE "At last year's Akademy the vision of the Social Desktop was born and first presented to a larger audience. The concept behind the Social Desktop is to bring the power of online communities and group collaboration to desktop applications and the desktop shell itself. One of the strongest assets of the Free Software community is its worldwide community of contributors and users who belief in free software and who work hard to bring the software and solutions to the mainstream."
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I like KDE for reasons like this
by crossbones on Mon 4th May 2009 21:21 UTC
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"I am going to complain about bugs in KDE 4x but in no way have I or will I ever do anything to fix said bugs."

I like this idea. I dislike facebook because the only thing it seems to do well is blast the user with trvial life moments from high school classmates that they would otherwise have no contact with. At lest this seems like it could have some useful applications

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