Linked by Thom Holwerda on Sun 10th Oct 2010 14:17 UTC, submitted by Extend
Ubuntu, Kubuntu, Xubuntu Yes, yes, it's that time of the year again - a new Fiona Apple album confirmed (which makes anything that happens between now and spring 2011 irrelevant and annoying), MorphOS 2.6 released (will be the next news item), and, of course, a new Ubuntu release showcasing the best of the best that the Free software world has to offer in the desktop world.
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RE[8]: Solid release
by aunzim on Tue 12th Oct 2010 12:11 UTC in reply to "RE[7]: Solid release"
aunzim
Member since:
2008-07-25

I must say that you aren't impartial speaking of Kde. You have a long history of (only) negative comments on KDE and many of them aren't that rational. Ok you don't like KDE but you are also a news reporter.

Normally you say KDE doesn't works. Maybe is your hardware, maybe is a configuration problem I don't know. And I don't need to know it. Have you send a bug report?

Maybe you can't because the fact is that KDE works:
for many people (including me, my thinkpad x41, and my core duo PC).
for the rewiers of arts technica for instance.

The power of being an editor was the responsibility of being the most impartial and rational when you make a statement.

Kde 4 is broken is old gnome fanboy talk. Right now there are no facts supporting that
That phrase is plain wrong.

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RE[9]: Solid release
by fanboi_fanboi on Tue 12th Oct 2010 18:31 in reply to "RE[8]: Solid release"
fanboi_fanboi Member since:
2010-04-21
RE[10]: Solid release
by Neolander on Tue 12th Oct 2010 19:40 in reply to "RE[9]: Solid release"
Neolander Member since:
2010-03-08

Very good website as far as content is concerned. The concept of making a variant of TVtropes about the most wrong open-source myths was interesting, though I'd have rather seen a more platform-agnostic variant where just about every kind of mindless fanboy gets hurt (since a brain-free platform-evangelized population is bad as a whole, no matter who is responsible).

It's just too bad that the way that content is written and presented to the viewer (is it called "form" in English too ?) makes it look like a variant of Digg for 9 years old childs, which in turn favors mindless linking making the one quoting sound mentally equivalent to a 6 year old child.

Edited 2010-10-12 19:55 UTC

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