Countless things have been said from both camps about the changes Red Hat did to both Gnome and mostly KDE for their upcoming OS, Red Hat 8.0, codenamed “Psyche”. Read more to vote if you favor the UI changes needed to make a desktop OS to look and feel unified troughout the whole spectrum of applications it comes with, or you are favoring the idea that… Red Hat just tries to hurt KDE, possibly on purpose, just for the kicks of it… Let the community of users decide!Note: The poll is now closed. Thanks everyone for voting!
There are these who say that making the necessary changes is ultimately a good thing when targeting desktops and these who say that it is a violation of ones creation and respect towards them (KDE project’s in this case).
Another interesting point is that many argue that to have a successful and fully consistent desktop product, you should only offer, support and endorse a single desktop environment. Red Hat already said that they are mostly a Gnome company, so would you agree if Red Hat would only offer Gnome with their products, but with the Qt/KDE libraries and apps already included (so people would be able to run KDE apps too, but not run the KDE environment itself). On the other hand, purists will say that Linux is all about choice and the more Desktop Environments are included, the better.