"KDE 3 is obsolete and largely unmaintained"?
slackmase2 at gmail.com
Mon Oct 27 14:28:17 GMT 2008
Well this is not really true at all. KDE 3.5.10 is very very solid and
is not unmaintained. It still gets some updates and security fixes. I
am a seasoned user and still currently can't move to KDE4 (at least
not on my distro of choice ).
KDE 3.5.10 is a very very usable rock solid and fast desktop. Having
said that , kde 4 is gorgeous and as soon as I can move over I will.
On Mon, Oct 27, 2008 at 11:31 PM, Allen Meyers <chef11994 at sbcglobal.net> wrote:
> Some of you I am sure will immediately assume the position of "this
> uninformed newbie needs to butt out"
> The first thing I learned in PC literacy was if its Beta, in development
> stay away from it UNLESS you have the expertise to sustain the glitches and
> your responses are from a management by objective focus rather then
> management by "crisis"
> That being said I use ubuntu with a kubuntu desktop and I stay completely
> away from KDE4 until assured I can handle it. Now those who subscribe to and
> use KDE4 either are merely users or users with enough literacy to make
> serious suggestions of a developmental nature.
> As a newbie subscribing to 5 forums attempting the full circle on the
> learning curve I can only caution to maintain an objective rather then a
> crisis focus.
> I have made leaps and bounds in my quest and I owe it all to Linux
> ambassadors like yourselves who maintain perspective.
> Oh yes if I high jacked the thread sorry about that.
> Thank you for allowing a newbie 76 year old to bend your ear.
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