[kde-linux] Users guide to KDE?

Kevin Coonan kevin.coonan at gmail.com
Wed Jul 2 23:09:25 UTC 2008

There seems to be a notable lack of consumer and non-hardcore Linux hacker
documentation for KDE, esp. in the standard print/e-book (e.g. O'Reilly)
distribution channels.  If you walk into your local book store you see
guides to some other OS/UI's abound (e.g. Windows Vista for
Dummies/Idiots/Power users).  While some may be happy w/ in line comments
from the source code, or a man entry, there are many more potential users
who would see this as a sign that they are not about to jump off the end of
the earth . . .

Anyone think this is an issue?  Seems like it would help move both end-users
and business decision makers from proprietary platforms.

Kevin M. Coonan, M.D.
kevin.coonan at gmail.com
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