Calleja: Why KDE Rules
Jan 02, 2006, 22:00 (11 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Diego Calleja)
Re-Imagining Linux Platforms to Meet the Needs of Cloud Service Providers
"This document was created to show non-KDE people what they're
missing--and if you haven't used KDE a lot, you're missing a lot of
things and you may interested in reading this page to learn how
many wonderful things you may have been missing, I promise. I was a
Gnome user for a long time, one of those users who loved Gnome UI,
and I didn't know how much things I was missing with KDE until I
tried it--which doesn't means Gnome is crap, Gnome has its
strenghts and without it linux wouldn't have the same success. I
think this is one of the major failures of KDE: They have 'failed'
to market and show non-KDE users their awesome technology (aka:
features), because I really think the stuff in KDE
is better than the alternatives if you balance all sides..."