Re: is GNOME the future default desktop?
I would strenuously object if that were the case. Currently KDE has
license problems that prevent its inclusion in Debian. Fine I accept
that. However when that issue settles down I hope KDE will be treated on
an equal footing by the project as a whole. (If individual developers
want to work on one or the othr that's another thing.)
As a project, Debian should concentrate on things like the menu system
that work across all window managers. We could be the "elder statesman"
that brings the warring factions together.
Jaldhar H. Vyas <email@example.com>
On Wed, 24 Feb 1999, Navindra Umanee wrote:
> Montreal Wed Feb 24 12:29:17 1999
> According to the GNOME website:
> GNOME has been selected by both the Debian distribution and Red
> Hat Software as their desktop environment for the future.
> Is the above statement correct? Does this mean GNOME/Enlightenment
> will be the default Debian desktop and that KDE has been ruled out
> (please Cc: me)