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Planèté Béranger: 30 Days In GNOME vs. 3 Days In KDE

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"I haven't been using KDE since the early summer of 2005, except for a few very brief sessions of 2-3 minutes ('just to see how it looks like nowadays'). I don't even install KDE with Debian, although I installed it with CentOS, Mandriva and Slackware. Unfortunately, KDE is needed for some applications, say the Umbrello UML Modeller.

"At the end of 2006, I prepared myself for a 'survival experiment.' Using a fresh Slackware 11 install (on the laptop), I decided not to touch my home desktop for a week (which features GNOME under Debian testing-unstable, and was still up and running for routing purposes), and only use WindowMaker (with ROX-Filer for a more pleasant experience) the whole week, as a way to make me 'forget' my typical GNOME habits..."

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