Home > KDE > Tuximus.org Interviews KDE’s Dirk Mueller Tuximus.org Interviews KDE’s Dirk Mueller Eugenia Loli 2001-10-29 KDE 2 Comments The German Linux web site Tuximus is interviewing the KDE 3 co-ordinator, Dirk Mueller. Dirk talks about how KDE compares to the Windows desktop and Gnome, about KDE 3 and more. About The Author Eugenia Loli Ex-programmer, ex-editor in chief at OSNews.com, now a visual artist/filmmaker. Follow me on Twitter @EugeniaLoli 2 Comments 2001-10-30 10:21 am Nice to see KDE maturing as a desktop environment. I think it is the most productive of all on Linux. Kdevelop/Quanta are superb applications to name but two. 2001-10-30 12:09 pm <a href=http://www.scaredcity.com>We use KDE on several desktop systems. Haven’t gotten to the latest yet, but if it’s even as good as the release we use, IT’ll be fine. Comparing IT to felonious father williams’ payper liesense plan: there are no ‘friendly’ reminders/threats to register/upgrade etc… Don’t forget to enter our big <a href=http://www.opensourceworks.com>URL giveaway. Includes a year’s free hosting. last few days to enter. I don’t know why that annoys Eugenia so. Maybe, we’ll next give away osnews.net, just to be fair. fud is dead. everything’s gnu now. get with IT.