"It appears this old argument is flaring up again. On Linux.com
there was an article discussing some recent posts on the Linux
Foundation's Desktop Architects mailing list: Christian Schaller
suggested Linus Torvalds should try using Gnome for a month and
then report back on his experiences at the forthcoming GAUDEC
conference in the UK. Inspired by this I've decided to take up the
challenge â€" all be it in the opposite direction (and
I won't be reporting back at GAUDEC!).
"I haven't used KDE in well over a year, and when I did I only
used it for a few days, so I have very few expectations about what
I'm going to find..."
"What is wrong with KDE 3.x? What is wrong with GNOME 2.8+?
These seem to be the two questions arising from the recent revival
of Linus vs. GNOME spat. We all know the history; Linus called the
GNOME guys 'interface nazis' and advised Linux users to use KDE,
which resulted in the longest comment thread on OSNews ever. That
kind of fizzled out, only to be brought to light again by Linus
submitting a few patches to make GNOME behave more like he wants it
"Which is a good thing. This is what open source is about,
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