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On Thursday 15 May 2008 19:51, Rahul Sundaram wrote:
> Hi
>
> Since KDE 4 seems to be the current hot topic here, let me pitch in with
> my own view on the state of affairs. Hope you enjoy it.
>
> http://www.redhatmagazine.com/2008/05/14/fedora-9-and-the-road-to-kde4/
>
> "KDE 4 shows exciting potential but still has a long way to go. Those
> who remember the days of KDE or GNOME 2.0 won’t be disappointed at the
> current state. Today’s new audience might have different expectations,
> and it is unlikely the majority has the patience to deal with a major
> rewrite like this one. Even the Linux kernel has moved towards
> incremental progress over major rewrites in a development branch. The
> KDE project has taken a big risk, hoping to jump-start innovation. I
> hope they get it right. Along with the interesting acquisition of
> Trolltech by Nokia, the future is exciting and uncertain… and that’s
> just the way I like it."
>
Excellent article, thanks.

Anne

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