On Fri, 2013-10-25 at 06:48 +0800, Paul Wise wrote: > I agree with the people who suggest getting rid of the concept of a > 'default' desktop but I don't know how practical it is since not all > users will be capable of choosing a desktop. I don't think user's are that stupid. Just think about the browser selection dialogue that MS was forced to add for Windows in the EU. Add a bunch of screenshots and/or a bunch of neutrally written features (pros/cons)... and things should be fine. Actually,... all of the major desktops should be fine for the casual end-user, shouldn't they? And someone who know that he hate's NM or Qt, or that he wants foobar, will for sure know which desktop is the one for him. Cheers, Chris.
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