Re: For the 70% that hates the GNOME-direction (was Awesome new Mozilla roadmap!)

On Mon, 2003-04-07 at 21:01, Vadim Plessky wrote:
> On Monday 07 April 2003 21:17, Rafal Hajdacki wrote:
> |  W liście z pon, 07-04-2003, godz. 16:51, Gaute Lindkvist pisze:
> [...]
> |  >
> |  > FORK GNOME and be done with it. If the figures of 70% is correct, it
> |  > should have no problems overtaking the official GNOME-tree.
> |  >
> |  > This is basically a challenge to Ali (or oGALAXYo if you like). Come on,
> |  > fork GNOME and leave us alone, you know you want to. The license for
> |  > GNOME makes all this possible. Go on, nobody is stopping you.
> |
> |  Or don't bother with forking GNOME. Subscribe to KDE mailing list and
> |  make KDE even bigger mountain of toys to play. I will stay with GNOME
> |  approach.
> What a nice flame!
> Without KDE being in place (and developed to the level it's now), I could have 
> no choice but to work in MS Windows.
> Thanks to KDE team, Ihave anything I need for home usage - browser, mail 
> client, games, themes, etc. :-)
> KOffice is also developing rapidly, so I hope Linux/*BSD would have 
> business-oriented solution pretty soon.
> I wish GNOME can develop to the level of current KDE (in terms of features or 
> usability)
> Competition is necessary, even in open-source world.
> Without GNOME catching up on KDE, what would motivate KDE developers to 
> develop KDE further?.. :-)

Yeah, KDE r0x0rs and GNOME is playing catch-up. Please kill this thread!

Ali privately e-mailed people who have voiced an opinion and offered to
take the discussion off this mailing list. So if anyone wants to reply
to an e-mail here, please exclude d-d-l (and exclude me).

Let's get back to our normal signal/noise ratio.

Andrew Sobala <aes gnome org>

"If we eventually have the ubercool component system - based on Bonobo, or
something else - then great, we can then proxy it over IIOP, D-BUS, SOAP,
and morse code." -- hp

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