__/ [Rick] on Wednesday 21 December 2005 03:31 \__
> On Tue, 20 Dec 2005 21:53:48 -0500, George Ellison wrote:
>> Linønut <linønut@xxxxxxxx> writes:
>>> At the risk of feeding the scum-sucking Wintrolls, I found this thread
>>> pretty interesting, and followed it over a few topic changes:
>>> [Desktop_architects] Printing dialog and GNOME
>>> Linus Torvalds torvalds at osdl.org
>>> Tue Dec 13 13:44:23 PST 2005
>>> Would that we had such a Window into the technical arguments that go on
>>> at Microsoft.
>> Think this was on /. a few days back. Sad thing is, the GNOME guys don't
>> seem to think there's a problem and keep crowing on about how they're some
>> sort of 'standard.' Ah, well. It's not like I have to use the POS.
> It does seem like a lot of distros are moving to it.
> Ah, well, as long as the distros keep including both, I can live with it.
Novell recently made GNOME the default WM in their business desktop offer-
ing (or something to that effect). They give full choice in all other dis-
tributions although and give no priority to one over another. The rest
seem to be going in KDE's directions and hate mail like "die KDE, die"
come from frustrated GNOME developers, which let us face, do a decent job.
I'm with KDE. 4 years ago I liked Enlightment.
PS - I might as well add that GNOME in Ubuntu is more stable, predicatable
and reliable than KDE on SuSE.