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 Hats off

 
 by Praxino2 on: Jan 19 2007
 
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Hats off to the KDE website for giving four error messages when we tried to post, saying it had failed, only for us to then find it had posted and there was no way to delete the copies afterwards!


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 Re: Hats off

 
 by cyrtainne on: Mar 18 2007
 
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Oh, and you must run a web site that is free and flawless as well? Good for you then - don't worry - you'll have problems too.


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 Kde sucks

 
 by grapnell on: Mar 8 2007
 
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Once again, I thought I'd give KDE another look, and to my disappointment, all I see is the lack of creativity, stability and usability...

Back to Gnome


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 Re: Kde sucks

 
 by johngreenwood on: Mar 8 2007
 
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Ok, bye then. Have fun with GNOME.


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 Re: Kde sucks

 
 by Ekardnam on: Mar 8 2007
 
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Yeah. If everyone who dislike KDE would post such a comment, I'm sure it'll become much better.

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 Re: Kde sucks?

 
 by thewonka on: Mar 9 2007
 
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Well I can't agree with you, personally I love XFCE and KDE, they are my main desktops; GNOME is great and was the first desktop I tried but it's the lack of control on customisation and preview control made me switch.

Lack creativity is really apparent on all desktops... you can always find some wanker trying to make there KDE look like OSX.


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 Re: Re: Kde sucks?

 
 by funkz on: Apr 12 2007
 
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Yeah, true. But there's also a whole lot of GNOME users trying to make their desktop look like OSX too. Personally I think OSX looks horrible, like a child's toy. But at least it's very well implemented. GNOME/KDE themes/styles which look like OSX are often kludgy and slow, and mostly look a bit hacked up, with bits and pieces which shouldn't be there. They always look good in screenshots but the minute you run an app which veers from the standard apps, it looks broken. Just shows that GNOME/KDE can never just look like OSX.

It's all so sad - why can't Linux have it's own identifiable 'look', and stop trying to look like OSX/Vista. Lets focus our energy on making an awesome Linux desktop, lets go our own way!


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 Re: Kde sucks

 
 by blurymind on: Mar 18 2007
 
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i switched from gnome to kde and xfce,because gnome is damn heavy and slow. from all desktop managers,gnome takes most ram and memory to work.its one heavy environment i tell ya ;)


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 Re: Kde sucks

 
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Gnome is ugly and uncustomizable from a more complex point of view.

This is why i dont use it, i got to admit though that there are MORE beatufull iconsets for it. The kindergarten style of Crystal and co. has to be defeated! LOL

.. working on that by the way


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 Re: Kde sucks

 
 by cyrtainne on: Mar 18 2007
 
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I've noticed quite a lack of usability in gnome myself. Nothing is where I would except it to be at all. And I couldn't even find a 'run' prompt anywhere. Plus, konqueror beats nautilus hands down on usability in my opinion. Nautilus is not like a file manager at all. I don't hate gnome however - just that I don't use it.


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 Re: Kde sucks

 
 by Yaba on: Mar 26 2007
 
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Bye!


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 Re: Kde sucks

 
 by ml2mst on: Apr 8 2007
 
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Prove that you can do better then :)

What's it gonna' be, the Vista look? how creative :D


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 Re: Kde sucks

 
 by reverendspam on: Apr 8 2007
 
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I'm just thankful that I have choices that do not cost me any money like using m$.

I used linux 10 years ago and have just gone back since m$ put out vista. I refuse to pay $450 us (3 computers) to upgrade to an unstable m$ vista product. I must say linux distros have come a long way in terms of usability for those that do not use the command line.

So... saying KDE or Gnome or any other interface sucks is ridiculous. If it sucks then go pay for m$ or apple and complain to them on how their gui sucks and see how log it takes to get the bugs worked out of it. Better yet write your own program.

Many heart felt thanks to the community for providing great work be it what ever interface is being used. My 3 and 8 year old also thank you, because the $$ I saved not upgrading to vista can go towards a vacation this summer.

Can I get an amen! with that :)

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 Re: Re: Kde sucks

 
 by funkz on: Apr 12 2007
 
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If I was religious, I'd say 'amen to that!'. :)

I agree, the Open-Source community has done an awesome job creating KDE/GNOME, and all the libraries and tools that support them. What would be great is an 'international day of open-source developers'! Also think of all the office packages competing with M$ product. Combine it all, and there's some pretty impressive work being done. I think it's an exciting time to be using computers, I look forward to how Linux continues evolving in the future.


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 Re: Kde sucks

 
 by ohcalcutta on: Apr 9 2007
 
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A few examples could have been better. Which way it sucks? Can you list a few?


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 Re: Kde sucks

 
 by xep on: Apr 9 2007
 
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have you some projects? have you some cool ideas?
no?
and you say that kde sucks?
no! - it's you sucking lammo!


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 Re: Kde sucks

 
 by darkphoenixff4 on: Jul 7 2007
 
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Attack of the trolls!


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 Consider this...

 
 by jreddell on: Apr 12 2007
 
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"Sucks" is an awfully strong word (I don't think Gnome sucks, I just don't personally like it, but my hats off to all the developers that make my life & the lives of others easier, be they developers of KDE, Gnome, Open Office, whatever. These people work VERY hard & passionately at what they do, & deserve better).Anyone that thinks KDE sucks, & Gnome is better is of course entitled to their opinion (misguided as they may be), but I would have to agree with everyone when they say "bye".

Consider my experience in the land of the "wee people". When I started using GNU/Linux seven years ago, I was an avid Gnome user. This was because I was a free software nazi & had some issues with the QT licensing. I used it quite comfortably for some time. Then I began to notice something that I foresaw as wrong for the project. Usability. While usability is fine, considering there are some novices out there that may need something simple, I had a problem with the fact that we, as users, were not given a choice on the configurability/usability issue. I'm ok with going towards usability, but not at the cost of configurability. We need a choice, that's why we use GNU/Linux, after all. After some time just being upset about the whole thing, I decided to try KDE again (I had tried it several times, but just couldn't use it (old feelings, I guess)). I moved to KDE permanently about a year ago, & haven't even wanted to look back.

I don't like Gnome personally, but I certainly wouldn't get on any boards & say that it "sucked" because it doesn't, it's just not for me.

KDE is an incredibly powerful, fully configurable desktop, & that's how I like it.


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 It HAS its own look!

 
 by DrCR on: Apr 15 2007
 
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Linux _does_ have its own look.

For me it's KDE Plastik with nuvola icons.

Started using it with VectorLinux 5.x SOHO years ago and still think it's one of the best looking GUIs around.

Sure I like to tinker. Want to turn one login into a Mac clone. Have to check out JWM too. But Plastik with nuvola is definitly my primary, the one I come back to when I'm done tinkering or have work to do.


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 KDM theme - help!

 
 by PhiberAeon on: Apr 26 2007
 
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Hello.
I want to make whole theme for Kubuntu based on Human from Ubuntu, including wallpaper, color scheme, splash screen and KDM theme. Everyrthing is fine, but for hours i try to arrange items in KDM theme and still they are messed up. Can anyone help me with this?


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 Re: KDM theme - help

 
 by PhiberAeon on: Apr 26 2007
 
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OK, at last... It looks as I want. Next question is: how to change higlight color of selected user in user list?


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 Copyright violations

 
 by angrykeyboarder on: May 4 2007
 
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Where does one report any that appear on KDE-Look?

Say this one, for example?:
http://www.kde-look.org/content/show.php/Gentoo,+Kubuntu+&+Arch+Ksplash?content=56789


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 Re: Copyright violat

 
 by 5er on: May 6 2007
 
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Why would you want to report him?


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 Re: Re: Copyright violat

 
 by angrykeyboarder on: Jun 2 2007
 
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Why wouldn't I?


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 Re: Re: Copyright violat

 
 by Arcturan on: Jun 16 2007
 
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To help with cleaning out illegal stuff.


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 Re: Re: Re: Copyrigh

 
 by 5er on: Jun 16 2007
 
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Yeah, well, but you put the uploader in s**t.
There should be a report button and then an editor would simply check and delete the content.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Copyrigh

 
 by Arcturan on: Jun 17 2007
 
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I agree about the button, which is what other websites use.

I don't understand your concern about "putting the uploader in s**t" -- after all, he's the one who has broken the rules,


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 by 5er on: Jun 17 2007
 
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Everyone makes mistakes.
Maybe the uploader didn't know about copyright or something...
S**t happens.
I know I wouldn't report the uploader, so he would be sued or something because of stupid M$ or other copyrights.
His content should simply be deleted and he should be emailed why.


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 Re: Copyright violat

 
 by cyrtainne on: Jun 16 2007
 
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There are no copyright violations here. Why would M$ care if someone wanted to see vista when they were in linux? It's just free advertising for them. Do you know how many websites are offering the vista wallpapers for free? I think if M$ cared, they wouldn't be allowing the vista wallpapers to be so readily available to the general public. If you really want to be a cop online, there are many websites offering illegal content. Just google and see if you can download vista for free.. then you might have something to report to microsoft.


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 Re: Re: Copyright violat

 
 by Arcturan on: Jun 17 2007
 
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Of course there are copyright violations. There are tons and tons of them on kde-look. Whether you choose to call it "free advertising" is irrelevant. The number of other violators is irrelevant. Whether Microsoft allows this or not is irrelevant.


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 Re: Re: Re: Copyrigh

 
 by darkphoenixff4 on: Jul 7 2007
 
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> Whether Microsoft allows this or not is irrelevant.

Actually, that is VERY relevant. If the copyright holder allows free downloads, then offering a free download is not a copyright violation.


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 Re: Re: Copyright vi

 
 by enigmafoundry on: Jul 12 2007
 
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there may be in fact a copyright violation.

if there is a copyright violation (and there is nothing I know about that would make me believe the example you have given is in fact a copyright violation) of course it will be removed.

The complainer though should be the rights holder, and this is a requirement.

Just having someone say "I think you have violated Microsoft's copyright" is inadequate.

IANAL, but Under the 'safe harbor' provisions of the DMCA a site is not responsible for something someone up loads UNLESS AFTER RECEIVING NOTICE FROM THE RIGHTS HOLDER OR THE RIGHT HOLDER'S AGENT THEY REFUSE to take down the infringing content


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 Re: Copyright violat

 
 by menace1982 on: Jul 31 2007
 
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It's not the same wallpaper! It's a remake of the typical vista wallpaper... They are not the same...


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