Re: [desktop] why kde and gnome's menu situation sucks
> Look at this from another angle. If a user, a complete newbie, is offerred
> two desktop environments they won't know which too choose, it will create a
> confusion, it will discourage them etc. etc. If DD is supposed to be
> successful, it should show the users screenshots before making the choice of
> the desktop and have them choose the one they like better. That would appeal
> to them visually - and that's basically what desktop is all about for the
> newbies... If they make the choice - let them live happily ever after in
> that environment. Later on when they become "power users" they will learn
> how to make choices.
> my 0.02EUR :)
This is wy this thread is going to be very long... it would be nice with
some kind of a summary here. We seem to have all kinds of diffrent opinions
here and that's good i guess.
So are you for or against that DD should make one common menu for the
desktops, only letting the diffrent looks become the choice the user has
to make? Redhat's attemt to do this was not so popular(IMHO, they overdid it
a bit) Or did i misunderstand your intentions?
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