The Linux Advocate: KDE vs. GNOME : Why Are We STILL Fighting?
Aug 30, 2006, 02:15 (16 Talkback[s])
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"We all know that the so called 'war' between KDE and GNOME has
been raging now for a long time. Unfortunately, this competition
seems to have fractured the Linux community into two (and more)
warring camps, neither able to give an inch between them. People
seem to either LOVE GNOME, or LOVE KDE. I have very rarely seen a
middle ground. The question I pose today is the following: Is the
competition between KDE and GNOME helping or hurting Linux in the
long run; and if the latter; would the community be bettered if the
two behemoth projects were to come together and merge into one
giant linux-standard desktop...?"