I second Stephan Binner's comment on Jeffrey Stedfast's blog entry about KDE being unprofessional, childish, etc... Jeffrey, are you trying to start a flamewar or something ? How clueless is it to transpose some stupid posts of mentally 12-year old KDE users on slashdot (what else to expect on /. ?) to the KDE project and its developers ? Because that's actually what you're doing. You're (not even in a subtle manner) writing that because your dad and you found anti-GNOME/Ximian posts on a few websites (not kde.org, BTW) that KDE sucks, that it's unprofessional. Further on, "pro-GNOME commenters rarely stoop to such low levels of flaming KDE and it's developers, but rather stay positive".. err.. are you kidding ? You must be.. What makes me sick is this permanent "ignoring-the-other-side" and not getting together between GNOME and KDE. Why can't you guys have a single, common sound daemon ? Having two large projects like that in the FOSS community is supposed to emulate and create synergies, not bashing.
Thursday, November 10, 2005
- Name: Loki
- Location: Belgium
- SUSE death FUD spreads
- FOSDEM F2006-M10
- SmartPM on SUSE: call for testers
- New packages again
- Making progress on the new Packman website
- Adding debuginfo support to my packages
- 12 mo^H^H packages yesterday
- Stupid comment of the week
- openSUSE contributed package aggregator
- More thoughts on a "Debian-like" package classific...