The Integrated Desktop
jinjiru at gmail.com
Tue Dec 7 12:14:17 GMT 2004
Juk IS KDE app
On Tue, 07 Dec 2004 23:11:48 +0000, Iain Dooley <mail at iaindooley.com> wrote:
> KDE is an amazing desktop environment, but of the applications that i
> use most, none of the packaged KDE programs are really the best of breed.
> KOffice < OpenOffice
> KMail < Thunderbird
> Konquerer < Firefox
> Noatun < Juk
> Kopete < gaim
> One that i really do use a lot is Kate, i think it's a great app, and i
> love it's integration with KGet and fish.
> but instead of building it's own web browser, and it's own mail client,
> why doesn't KDE focus on integrating more thouroughly these other
> fantastic, open source applications?
> It seems one of the most powerful things that KDE could provide, as a
> desktop environment, would be the integration between the biggest and
> best open source programs in the world into the biggest and best desktop
> environment in the world.
> imagine what could be achieved if KDE, OpenOffice and the Mozilla
> project joined forces...
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