Linked by Eugenia Loli on Tue 20th Jul 2004 18:50 UTC, submitted by Jono Bacon
Linux Jono Bacon has written an article on my O'Reilly Blog called The path to unified interaction which looks at the challenges of making our software work natively in the different desktop environments on Linux. Do you think this is something we should strive for, and if so, do you think it is technically possible?
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by Rayiner Hashem on Tue 20th Jul 2004 22:42 UTC

Eh? Adding "K" or "G" is geeky, but adding "i" is fresh and cool? Please. You think "G" and "K" are geeky because you associate KDE and GNOME with geekiness, not the other way around.

The day Apple changes the name of iTunes to be something less geeky is the day KDE and GNOME get rid of their "G"'s and "K"'s!