Linked by tessmonsta on Mon 18th Jan 2010 18:12 UTC
KDE I've been investigating switching my desktop distribution from Kubuntu to something more... Seriously maintained. I love debian, and consider it one of the best distros out there, but Ubuntu's KDE variant is downright pathetic.
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RE: KDE 4 what?
by kolmyo on Wed 20th Jan 2010 10:27 UTC in reply to "KDE 4 what?"
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This is not an intended flame war gambit.

Then why are you posting offtopic about how KDE4 sucks, even though the OP specifically told it's his desktop of choice and asked no opinions on desktop environments? In every article even distantly relating to KDE4 there's someone commenting how it's slow and ugly and likes men. You know what? In my opinion Gnome, and some other desktops, are just like that, still I'm not posting to every article about it. I'm happily using the desktop I like, and let other people make their choices. I just don't understand people like you.

Sorry for the negative post but this feeling has been building a while now.

Why do you think anyone cares? Why do you care? There are alternatives, you know.

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RE[2]: KDE 4 what?
by orfanum on Wed 20th Jan 2010 20:59 in reply to "RE: KDE 4 what?"
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Urm, where did I say that other people should use Gnome? Or that others should not use KDE? I gave voice only to my own experience, on Linux and one of the BSDs.

I used to be a KDE user. I go back to it now and again to see if it has improved against what I recollect but this has not been the case so far, which is disappointing.

Where did I say I was not aware of alternatives - I specifically mentioned that I might use another desktop environment apart from Gnome if I had more technical confidence.

Why do you care so much, yourself ;-)? Is your opinion somehow more equal than other people's? And why the snide remark about the sexuality?

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