2009/1/30 Robert Paulsen <robert(a)paulsenonline.net>et>:
For me, KDE4 looks to be not worth the learning curve.
Since KDE4 forces me to
learn *something* new and less usable than KDE3 it seems worth considering
Gnome is certainly worth considering, even if you _do_ like KDE. Just
to clear things up, are you referning to KDE 4.2, or to KDE < 4.2? KDE
4.2 is the first of the 4.0 series that is meant for end users, and it
I'd be interested in hearing from those who use
it and what their experiences
I find that Gnome allows me to do _exactly_ the same things as KDE. As
I prefer a side panel the default two panel configuration does not
bother me. However, KDE lets me customize and make the desktop fit my
workflow, as opposed to Gnome (and Windows) that make me adjust my
workflow to the desktop.
Try Gnome for a week, then file bugs on KDE requesting the features
that you liked.