Thank you KDE devels.
gene.heskett at verizon.net
Sat Oct 16 01:30:19 BST 2004
On Friday 15 October 2004 13:13, Andrew wrote:
>Was on IRC today and I was just commenting on how I am continually
> impressed with KDE each time a new release comes out, and someone
> suggested that I pass it on to the developers. So basically if you
> are a developer / have anything to do with kde (docs etc..), I'd
> just like to say thank you.
>KDE is a wonderful desktop environment, and since I switched when
> 3.2 came out, I always seem to find some application / shortcut /
> thing in KDE that makes it a DE I can't live without. It's a credit
> to all the developers and its much appreciated.
>I've got 3 out of 6 people in the office (we're web developers) now
> using Linux / KDE, just by using it. Nothing more, not a "look what
> i can do, this is better than windows because of xyz" but just by
> using it every day, and other people going..."what version of
> windows are you using (this is always entertaining)? I want that
> feature, i'd like to be able to do that. Can I do this with
> windows?". If that isn't proof that you've made something good then
> I don't know what is.
>Thanks again guys and girls for a great Desktop.
I'll second this motion, you guys and gals are apparently very busy,
blowing gnome out of the water. That takes a dedicated effort from
true believers and my hat is off to you all.
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