Re: KDE Question
> There is something to be said about stuff that puts functionality over form.
> XFCE is likely to be more stable and safer than anything KDE or Gnome.
1. The two are not mutually exclusive. A!!Y being a good example,
which gnome wins hands down over XFCE.
2. The biggest threat to a system, IMHO, tends to be the owner/user.
Adding "complexity" that reduces the chances/opportunities for errors
may be a good thing.
3. Given Red Hats deep involvement in gnome, I'd put my money on Gnome
being "safer" than kde and xfce.