[ Thanks to Steven J.
Vaughan-Nichols for this link. ]
“On the surface, it was a quiet LinuxWorld Conference. There was
little in the way of new product news and the trade show crowd
rattled about in the huge Boston Convention and Exhibition Center
here like the last coffee beans in a can, but under the unassuming
surface, important news was brewing.
“First, the Linux desktop market, which has been divided for
years between the KDE and GNOME desktop interface camps, is on its
way to peace, as the two have agreed on a common set of