Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 26th Nov 2009 00:05 UTC, submitted by elsewhere
KDE We all know what KDE stands for, right? Unless you're new here, you'll know that it stands for the K Desktop Environment. While this certainly covers a large chunk of what KDE stands for, it has increasingly lost its meaning over the past few years. Consequently, the KDE team has decided to 'reposition' the KDE brand.
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RE: Problem they have is KDE 4
by segedunum on Thu 26th Nov 2009 13:10 UTC in reply to "Problem they have is KDE 4"
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And yes, I have fired it up several times, quite liked it, decided fluxbox was still the main choice, and each time wondered what on earth I would say to a naive user if he/she were confronted with it.

You would say nothing because a 'naive' user would simply pick it up and get on with it, as long as there were integrated applications there for a user to do the things they normally do.

You're being naive for even thinking of bringing Fluxbox into any conversation.

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