Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 10th Aug 2010 22:00 UTC, submitted by JRepin
KDE KDE today celebrates its semi-annual release event, releasing new versions of the Plasma Desktop and Netbook workspaces, the KDE Development Platform and a large number of applications available in their 4.5.0 versions. In this release, the KDE team focused on stability and completeness of the desktop experience.
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Does it still suck?!
by xenobrain on Wed 11th Aug 2010 03:05 UTC
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Have they fixed that bug that's been around since KDE 3 that only I care about but is so crippling it renders the entire DE completely, utterly useless?

KDE 4.0 was the biggest mistake ever! It was such a buggy mess there's no possible way they got any further whatsoever in the last two years!

Is KDE still bloatware? I mean 3.5GB for a complete office suite, information manager suite file manager, large library of games, mathematical tools, internet suite, toys, sophisticated admin utilities, education utilities, media players, encoders, editors, viewers and a development platform is absolutely absurd! I mean, Windows 7 manages to pack in nearly a sixth of those things in only 12GB!

I'm going back to Windows, Linux clearly isn't ready for the desktop!!

Edited 2010-08-11 03:13 UTC

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RE: Does it still suck?!
by mtzmtulivu on Wed 11th Aug 2010 03:28 in reply to "Does it still suck?!"
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why are you asking us? it is out, distros will start having it in their repositories and you will have the opportunity to check it out yourself.

the online world will be a lot better if people will try to tone down on unnecessary negativity

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RE[2]: Does it still suck?!
by tubatodd on Wed 11th Aug 2010 03:42 in reply to "RE: Does it still suck?!"
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2007-07-03 it again. They were being sarcastic.

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