Dnia 14-04-2010 o 23:07:26 Stefan Seyfried
On Wed, 14 Apr 2010 21:19:36 +0200
Rastislav Krupanský <rastislav.krupansky(a)gmail.com> wrote:
The most problem is that qt and gtk yast are
inconsistent and looks like
two completely different applications. This should be resolved. Then
users wouldn´t face the dilemma which one is better.
Maybe having choice is good ;)
If that means that gtk yast is changed to behave like QT yast, then I
won't complain. But if QT yast is changed to behave like gtk one... that
would be disastrous ;)
Let's have a flamewar, I didn't have one for a long time ;-) .
I'd willingly answer questions in a survey. Survey with mockups and a lot
Of course, I can use custom built SUSE from Studio, where I can put
yast2-gtk by default to an ISO containing only KDE4, but that's not a
solution, it's a workaround (just like using Banshee to manage multimedia
devices because Amarok can't do anything).
Hm, now I'm thinking, the survey would be a great idea. Survey writers
would have to denote differences between GTK and Qt versions of YaST, dis-
and advantages of both, compare and mix everything to create one big
survey. And then we'd have a consensus, probably.
Jakub 'Livio' Rusinek
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