Re: licence problems: what to do with kdeapps and kvt
email@example.com (Lalo Martins) writes:
> On Jul 5, Paul Seelig wrote
> > [...] Don't forget
> > about the positive side of it all: identical user interface for all
> > apps, drag and drop between the apps and configurability of the
> > desktop using a mouse based method. This makes it perfect for the
> > casual user who is more interested in useability than power usage.
> > Well, that's another story ... :-( But all in all i consider the
> > efforts of the KDE team a major step in making Linux more accesible to
> > the Win95 spoiled people out there.
> I haven't used either yet, but what about Offix?
Actually Offix is a far cry from what the KDE development team has
already achieved. Have a look at their homepage "http://www.kde.org",
compile and install the whole thing in "/usr/local/kde/" for testing
it it out and be surprised.
Cheers, P. *8^)
Paul Seelig firstname.lastname@example.org
African Music Archive - Institute for Ethnology and Africa Studies
Johannes Gutenberg-University - Forum 6 - 55099 Mainz/Germany
My Homepage in the WWW at the URL http://www.uni-mainz.de/~pseelig
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